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µMACS c-myc Isolation Kit

The µMACS and MultiMACS c-myc Isolation Kits facilitate the isolation of c-myc fusion proteins from different sources. The super-paramagnetic µMACS MicroBeads included in the kits are conjugated to an anti-c-myc monoclonal antibody, enabling fast and effective magnetic labeling of c-myc-tagged fusion proteins. The protocol allows for protein isolation within just 1.5 hours. No centrifugation or buffer removal steps are required. For research use only. Size: for 40 isolations

Brand: Miltenyi Biotec

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Detailed procedure
After cell lysis c-myc-tagged proteins are magnetically labeled with µMACS Anti-c-myc MicroBeads. The sample is loaded onto a MACS Column placed in the magnetic field of a µMACS or thermoMACS Separator in which the magnetically labeled c-myc-tagged and associated proteins are retained during the washing steps. After elution with denaturing elution buffer, the precipitated proteins can be analyzed by SDS-PAGE and Western blot. Alternatively, native proteins can be eluted by pH-shift using triethylamine pH 11.8 or by removing the column from the magnetic field and applying a suitable native elution buffer.

The µMACS and MultiMACS c-myc Isolation Kits facilitate direct immunoprecipitation of c-myc fusion proteins from cell lysates at an analytical scale. They can also be used in co-immunoprecipitation experiments for the isolation of associated proteins or protein complexes in protein-protein interaction studies.

Downstream applications
The (co-)immunoprecipitated proteins can be analyzed by SDS-polyacrylamide gel electrophoresis, Western blot analysis, or mass spectrometry. Enzymatic on-column assays can also be performed using the thermoMACS Separator.