Detergents for Cell Lysis
High-purity, low-peroxide, surfactant solutions and detergent solids for use in cell lysis reagent formulation, protein solubilization procedures, wash buffers for ELISA, and other protein research methods.
Did you know that many commercial sources of popular detergents have high levels of impurities and oxidant by-products that can adversely affect life science research applications? Our detergent solutions are the purest products available and are specifically validated for use in protein research. We confidently use these detergents to formulate our own buffer products; you can do the same.
Detergents Used for Cell Lysis »
Thermo Scientific* Brij-35 Detergent Solutions are stabilized 10% and 30% solutions of Brij*-35 detergent for use in various protein methods.
Thermo Scientific* Surfact-Amps 58 Detergent Solution is highly-purified Brij*-58 detergent stabilized and supplied as a 10% solution in 10mL glass ampules.
Thermo Scientific* Surfact-Amps NP-40 Detergent Solution is highly-purified NP-40 detergent stabilized and supplied as a 10% solution in 10mL glass ampules.
Thermo Scientific* CHAPS is a zwitterionic detergent that is especially well suited for protecting the native state of proteins.
Thermo Scientific* n-Dodecyl-β-D-Maltoside is especially useful for solubilizing membrane proteins to preserve their activity.
Thermo Scientific* Octyl-beta-Glucoside is a nonionic detergent that has been widely used for membrane protein solubilization.
Thermo Scientific* Octylthioglucoside is a low-MW nonionic detergent that effective for cell lysis and nondenaturing protein solubilization.
Thermo Scientific* Sodium Cholate is an ionic detergent that is especially useful for liposome preparation and lipid isolation.
Thermo Scientific* Sodium Deoxycholate is an ionic detergent that is especially useful for disrupting and dissociating protein interactions.
Thermo Scientific* Sodium Dodecyl Sulfate (C12) is a highly purified form of SDS that is especially suited for protein experiments requiring tightly controlled solubility parameters.