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Thermo Scientific™ Pierce™ Protease Inhibitors

Customize your protease inhibitor cocktail formulation with these small packages of individual protease inhibitor peptides and compounds.

$111.30 - $448.35

Specifications

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Products
Catalog Number Mfr. No. Description Price Quantity    

PI36978

 
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36978
Pierce PMSF Protease Inhibitor Pack for $111.30

PI78431

 
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78431
Pierce AEBSF Protease Inhibitor Each for $155.40

PI78432

 
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78432
Pierce Aprotinin Protease Inhibitor Each for $171.15

PI78434

 
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78434
Pierce E-64 Protease Inhibitor Each for $286.65

PI78435

 
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78435
Pierce Leupeptin Protease Inhibitor Each for $448.35

PI78436

 
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78436
Pierce Pepstatin A Protease Inhibitor Each for $215.25
Description & Specifications

Specifications

Format Powder

Thermo Scientific™ Protease Inhibitors are small packages of individual protease inhibitor peptides and compounds for customized formulation or modification of protease inhibitor cocktails.

The individual reagents include AEBSF, aprotinin, bestatin, E64, leupeptin, pepstatin A, and PMSF. Although Thermo Scientific Halt™ Protease Inhibitor Cocktails provide convenient and optimized broad-spectrum protease inhibition for routine cell lysis and assay needs, certain applications require a more customized approach. By offering the individual high-quality reagents used to make our cocktail products, we provide you with the tools needed to apply a protease inhibitor individually, supplement a cocktail, or combine several components to make customized protease inhibitor cocktails for specialized applications.

Highlights:

  • High-quality reagents in convenient and affordable package sizes
  • Purchase individually to prepare customized protease inhibitor cocktails
  • Supplement Halt Protease Inhibitor Single-Use Cocktails, whose formulations are fully disclosed, to achieve desired concentrations of specific component reagents