Protein quality guide

Starting with the best quality material gives you the highest chance of success in getting the consistent results you want when you follow the same protocol.

When you have more complete information about the quality of your protein—its presence, purity, concentration, structural integrity, similarity, and functionality—you’ll be able to make better decisions on whether to continue using your sample in further experiments.

Learn more in this guide.

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