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Z340006 Sigma

Sigma 2-D electrophoresis set

Complete Set



General description

Based on a 10-tube gel-running module for capillary electrophoresis using the same tank and lid as the Sigma Mini Vertical Gel Electrophoresis set described previously. Uses thick wall (7 mm O.D.) capillary tubes, 80 mm long. Internal tube diameter 1.0 mm.

Blanking stoppers fill spaces in module if fewer than 10 tube gels are to be run. Completed gels may be blown out of capillary tubes using syringe and rubber tubing, syringe and pipette tip or pushed out of tube with metal rod. Extraction platform useful to catch extracted gel and manipulate before placing on slab gel.

Select from three options:

1. A complete system with all parts needed to run 80 mm capillary tube gels, followed by vertical gels
2. A capillary system for running 80 mm capillary tubes, for subsequent vertical gel electrophoresis in a Sigma Mini Vertical Gel unit or any other vertical unit with sufficient width gels to accept the tube gel
3. Individual components for running capillary tube gels in a Sigma Mini Vertical Gel Electrophoresis tank

The complete set of the 2-D electrophoresis kit (Z340006) includes:
• Tank with cooling base and lid with power leads and connectors
• Tube gel module
• Ten capillary glass tubes
• Ten blanking stoppers
• Extraction platform
• Casting base unit
• Four notched glass plates
• Four plain glass plates
• Gel running module
• Two 1.5 mm combs (sample slot + reference well)
• Two 1.5 mm spacer sets
• One pack of spacer aligners

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