A full range of protein analysis kits is available for protein extraction, quantitation, separation, and analysis using techniques such as polyacrylamide gel electrophoresis, western blotting, and ELISA.
- ImageEngineering Solutions for Global Health Kit
In this engineering kit, students measure protein content in foods and design solutions to a complex, real-world problem — malnutrition.
- ImageGot Protein? Kit
Based on the Bio-Rad Quick Start Bradford protein assay, this kit is designed to introduce students to proteomics and provides the tools for them to develop their own protein-based experiments.
- ImageELISA Immuno Explorer Kit
Explore the enzyme-linked immunosorbent assay (ELISA) and its ability to detect antigens or antibodies for a wide range of applications.
- ImageGiant Panda Problem Kit for AP Biology
Investigate immunology and endocrinology while monitoring giant panda fertility with ELISA. Includes curriculum and materials to support structured, guided, and open inquiry. Covers Big Ideas 2 and 4.
- ImageBiofuel Enzyme Kit
This kit explores enzyme kinetics associated with the production of cellulosic ethanol, a biofuel, and provides support for a structured, teacher-driven approach.
- ImageBiofuel Enzyme Reactions Kit for AP Biology
Explore enzyme kinetics associated with the production of cellulosic ethanol, a biofuel. This ThINQ! Kit provides support for an open or guided inquiry format, enabling a student-driven learning approach. Covers Big idea 2 and 4.
- ImageSize Exclusion Chromatography Kit
Column chromatography is the most common method used in biotechnology for separating a mixture of components in a liquid.This kit teaches the basic principles of size exclusion chromatography.
- ImageComparative Proteomics Kit I: Protein Profiler Module
This module allows students to employ protein electrophoresis, the most widely used technique in life science research, to study protein structure and function.
- ImageComparative Proteomics Kit II: Western Blot Module
Students use western blotting to specifically identify myosin light chain from the hundreds of other proteins that comprise the muscle cell extracts of closely and distantly related species of fish.