BlueSafe (MB15201)

Quantity: 1000 mL

Description: : BlueSafe is a protein stain which consists of a safer alternative to the traditional Coomassie Blue staining for detecting proteins in SDS-PAGE. BlueSafe is a highly sensitive single step protein stain. It is safer than Coomassie Blue staining because does not contain any methanol or acetic acid in its composition. Furthermore, it does not require the use of a destaining solution. Simply run a SDS-PAGE, add the stain and watch the bands appear in a few minutes. There is no need to wash or destain and the background is crystal clear. BlueSafe will show low concentration proteins (60 ng) within 10-15 minutes and down to 10 ng within 30-60 minutes. The signal generated by this stain is linear, enabling true semi-quantification of the sample.

– Ready-to-use
– Nonhazardous
– High sensitivity
– Produces blue bands on a crystal clear background
– Simple and quick staining protocol
– Reduces reagent waste disposals

– Visualization of protein patterns in polyacrylamide gels after electrophoresis

High contrast and sensitivity of BlueSafe:


Target molecule: Proteins
Mode of use: Post-staining
Disposal: Waste must be disposed in accordance with environmental control regulations
Storage conditions: Store at 4°C, protected from light
Shipping conditions: Shipped at room temperature to 4 ºC
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The whole proteome Coomassie Brilliant Bluestain, BlueSafe (CBB) and the protein molecular weight markers NZYColour Protein Marker II were acquired from NZYTech (Portugal).
Luís, I.M., Alexandre, B.M., Oliveira, M.M., Abreu, I.A. (2016). Selection of an Appropriate Protein Extraction Method to Study the Phosphoproteome of Maize Photosynthetic Tissue. PLoS ONE 11(10): e0164387

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