Ionic Detergents

Ionic detergents have a hydrophilic head group that is charged and can be either negatively (anionic) or positively (cationic) charged. Ionic detergents are used for the complete disruption of cellular structures and denaturation of proteins for separation during gel electrophoresis. Ionic detergents bind with protein molecules, masking their native charge and rendering the protein molecules the overall charge of the ionic detergent.
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CTAB

Type: Cationic detergent   Full Name: Hexadecyltrimethylammonium bromide   Mol. Formula: CH3(CH2)15N(Br)(CH3)3   Mol Weight: 364.5   Form: White to off white powder  ..

Deoxycholate

Type: Anionic detergent   Molecular Formula: C24H39NaO4   Molecular Weight: 414.6   Form: White to off white powder   Purity: >99%   Solubility: Water solubl..

SDS

Type: Anionic detergent   Full Name: Sodium Dodecyl Sulfate   Molecular Formula: C12H25NaO4S   Molecular Weight: 288.38   Form: White to off white powder   Purity: &..

SDS, 10% Solution

A 10% solution of SDS (sodium dodecyl sulfate).   For SDS powder click hereFeatures Type: Anionic detergent Full Name: Sodium Dodecyl Sulfate Molecular Formula: C12H25NaO4S ..

SDS, 20% Solution

A 20% solution of SDS (sodium dodecyl sulfate).   For SDS powder click hereFeatures Type: Anionic detergent Full Name: Sodium Dodecyl Sulfate Molecular Formula: C12H25NaO4S ..