What is protein gel electrophoresis? Protein gel electrophoresis is a method that often uses various systems and transfer equipment to separate a diverse mixture of proteins by their molecular weight. Subsequent protein analyses include protein purification, proteomics, and Western Blotting applications. A variety of electrophoresis cells and transfer systems for polyacrylamide gel electrophoresis (PAGE), SDS-PAGE, 2D-PAGE, and wet protein transfer systems are available for your needs.
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Figure 1.Auto2D® 2D-PAGE and 2D-DIGE Device.
Two-dimensional gel electrophoresis has generally been regarded as difficult to perform and time-consuming, requiring advanced user training while offering low reproducibility and high inter-operator variability.
The Auto2D® 2-D Electrophoresis Device provides a fully automatable user-friendly solution for highly reproducible, rapid results and analysis.
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Western blot protocol with workflow steps for different blot procedures, describing the electrophoretic transfer of proteins from SDS polyacrylamide gels to sheets of nitrocellulose.
Protein blotting has become a routine tool used to detect low amounts of proteins in complex samples or to monitor protein expression and purification.
Western blotting (also known as immunoblotting) is one of the most commonly used techniques in the lab, yet difficulties persist in obtaining consistent, quality results.
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