FAQs for Skeletal Muscle Lysate (NB820-59253). (Showing 1 - 2 of 2 FAQs).
I recently ordered whole normal skeletal muscle lysate and whole normal liver lysate (NB820-59253 and 59232). What are the exact concentrations for the buffer components that each of the lysates is in? I need to dilute the lysate because the concentration given is too high (5mg/mL), but I want to dilute it in whatever buffer it is in. Can you recommend what I should do?
Unfortunately the concentrations of the components (stated on the datasheet) are proprietary. I apologize. If the concentration is too high, our lab recommends simply diluting it in your loading buffer. A 4x or higher loading buffer should suffice.
I am interested in your skeletal muscle total protein, including NB820-59294, NB820-59253 and NBL1-26511. I would like to know if you have the skeletal muscle tissue from different individuals? Are all of they from the same people? How detailed information about the donor could you offer us? Could you give us the body weight, height, blood glucose of the donor? Do you know the diabetic donor is type 1 or type 2 diabetes? Do you have any scientific papers using this product?
NB820-59294 comes from a 67 year old male donor. NB820-59253 comes from a 24 year old male donor. NBL1-26511 comes from a 79 year old male donor. This patient had type II diabetes. That is the only other information I have on the patient at this time. I also have no publications using this product at the moment.
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