GET FASTER RESULTS - EXTEND SHELF-LIFE - IMPROVE PERFORMANCE
Scripps Laboratories offers a variety of stabilizers, substrates, and dilution buffers to help you obtain accurate, reliable results in your work.
Get faster, more reliable results, extend product shelf-life, and improve product performance by using stabilizers, substrates, and dilution buffers from Scripps. Tested in our own labs, these solutions are perfect companions for many of our biological products.
BCIP/NBT ALKALINE PHOSPHATASE SUBSTRATE
This is a one-component substrate intended for the detection of alkaline phosphatase-conjugated probes on membranes, suitable for use in western blot, PCR, immunoblot/dot blot, and more. Color development is quick and stable, and results are demonstrated to be more reliable than those generated with substrate from other leading biochemical suppliers. (Click here to read about a side-by-side western blot comparison study.)
These solutions are designed to extend the shelf-life of your conjugated reagents and immobilized proteins and antibodies. HRP Conjugate Stabilizers are available for the safe reconstitution or dilution of HRP conjugates. These solutions reduce background interference, improve overall performance, and help HRP conjugates retain their enzymatic activity for up to two years. Plate Coating Stabilizers are available to enhance the long-term stability of your immunoassay plates and membranes that have proteins or antibodies bound to them. And our Colloidal Gold Conjugate Stabilizer serves to minimize streaking and ghosting of colloidal gold conjugates on nitrocellulose membranes and maintain conjugate integrity throughout the disiccation and lyophilization process.
PRODUCT DILUTION BUFFERS
These solutions have been developed by scientists here at Scripps to maintain the integrity of our purified proteins and antibodies. Use these solutions to dilute, aliquot, or reconstitute your valuable biological reagents. Buffers are available for Antibody Dilution, Cancer Marker Dilution, Cardiac Marker Dilution, Hormone Dilution, and Protein Dilution.