RuBPS Staining - RuBPS - RuBPS Links


Some useful links:


Prof. Willi Bannwarth, the father of RuBPS:


RuBPS in the Wikipedia:


New and faster RuBPS staining in PLoS One:


New and faster RuBPS staining in PLoS Too:




Free Online Articles dealing or applying RuBPS staining


Junca et al., Difference in kinetic behaviour of catechol 2,3-dioxygenase variants from a polluted environment.


Bryborn et al. Psoriasin, one of several new proteins identified in nasal lavage fluid from allergic and non-allergic individuals using 2-dimensional gel electrophoresis and mass spectrometry.


Nalca et al. Quorum-Sensing Antagonistic Activities of Azithromycin in Pseudomonas aeruginosa PAO1: a Global Approach.


Chevallet et al. Technical Brief, Improved mass spectrometry compatibility is afforded by ammoniacal silver staining


Cámara et al. A Gene Cluster Involved in Degradation of Substituted Salicylates via ortho Cleavage in Pseudomonas sp. Strain MT1 Encodes Enzymes Specifically Adapted for Transformation of 4-Methylcatechol and 3-Methylmuconate.


Khalil and James. Biomarker discovery: A proteomic approach for brain cancer profiling.



Online Articles  dealing or applying RuBPS staining


Lamanda et al. Improved Ruthenium II tris (bathophenantroline disulfonate) staining and destaining protocol for a better signal-to-background ratio and improved baseline resolution.


Smejkal et al. Comparison of fluorescent stains: Relative photostability and differential staining of proteins in two-dimensional gels.


Görg et al. Current two-dimensional electrophoresis technology for proteomics.


Stasyk et al. Quantitative detection of phosphoproteins by combination of two-dimensional difference gel electrophoresis and phosphospecific fluorescent staining.


Schaller et al. Rapid typing of Moraxella catarrhalis subpopulations based on outer membrane proteins using mass spectrometry.


Tokarski et al. High-sensitivity staining of proteins for oneand two-dimensional gel electrophoresis using post migration covalent staining with a ruthenium fluorophore.


Hampel et al. Double staining of proteins after separation in SDS gels with

Ruthenium Bathophenantroline Disulfonate and Silver is compatible with MALDI-TOF mass spectrometry.


Becker et al. Neuroproteomics – the tasks lying ahead.


Miller et al. Protein stains for proteomic applications: Which, when, why?


Moebius et al. Ruthenium (II) tris-bathophenanthroline disulfonate is well suitable for Tris-Glycine PAGE but not for Bis-Tris gels.


Rabilloud et al. A comparison between Sypro Ruby and ruthenium II tris (bathophenanthroline disulfonate) as fluorescent stains for protein detection in gels.











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