Surfactant Degradation Reagent for ESI

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Product Overview
The Surfactant Degradation Reagent is a trifluoroacetic acid (TFA) based reagent for the rapid, efficient breakdown of Progenta Acid Labile Surfactants. The Surfactant Degradation Reagent is directly compatible with MALDI mass spectrometry when spotted with a LithTip or other chromatographic prep tip. For electrospray ionization (ESI) mass spectrometry experiments, the Surfactant Degradation Reagent should be thoroughly washed away during desalting on a chromatographic prep tool (e.g. reversed phase LithTip or SpinTip) or on-column prior to LC-MS analysis to prevent ion suppression. The Surfactant Degradation Reagent for ESI (#GPR-026-1) is formic acid based and is available for direct compatibility with ESI-MS.
Features and Specifications
Features:
  • Permit rapid, efficient breakdown of acid labile surfactants
  • Directly compatible with MALDI and ESI mass spectrometry

Research Applications:
  • Degradation of Progenta Acid Labile Surfactants
  • Extraction of intact proteins from polyacrylamide gels by the Gel Protein Recovery (GPR) system.

Specifications:
The Surfactant Degradation Reagent for ESI is a formic acid based reagent for the rapid, efficient breakdown of Progenta Acid Labile Surfactants.
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Surfactant Degradation Reagent for ESI Availability
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