TCEP (Tris-(carboxyethyl) phosphine hydrochloride)
TCEP (Tris-(carboxyethyl) phosphine hydrochloride) is a type of reducing agent that is often used in biochemistry and molecular biology. TCEP is often used as a reducing agent to break disulfide bonds within and between proteins as a preparatory step for gel electrophoresis. TCEP has nearly an equivalent reducing potential as DTT, but is more stable than DTT in EDTA-free solutions, has a broad pH range, is irreversible, more hydrophilic and resistant to oxidation and is also nearly odorless. GoldBio’s TCEP is Proven and Published™ to ensure a quality reagent with optimal potential.
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|TCEP1||1 g||$ 25.00|
|TCEP2||2 g||$ 45.00|
|TCEP5||5 g||$ 85.00|
|TCEP10||10 g||$ 135.00|
|TCEP25||25 g||$ 275.00|
|TCEP50||50 g||$ 505.00|
|TCEP100||100 g||$ 995.00|
TCEP-HCl is an odorless reducing agent suitable for protein applications and in the preparation for electrophoresis. TCEP is water soluble, is stable in a variety of solutions and is particularly useful in the labeling of cysteine residues with maleimides, preventing the cysteines from forming disulfide bonds. As a reducing agent, TCEP has many other desirable features.
|Storage/Handling||Store desiccated at -20°C.|