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Z352772 Sigma

Vertical electrophoresis unit, fixed height, single gel

gel W × H 16.5 cm × 14.5 cm



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gel W × H   16.5 cm × 14.5 cm


Features and Benefits

• Made from high quality acrylic with platinum electrodes
• Long lasting silicone sponge gasket on upper reservoir for leak-free operation without grease
• Safety covers with attached safety-tip power leads
• Designed for use with unique gel-casting gasket; heavy-duty casting clamps compress gasket between glass plates, sealing without grease

For Slab Gel Electrophoresis:
• Designed to use as little as 200 mL of buffer, and as little as 5 μg of sample per well
• Use with gel casting accessories which offer the ability to cast one or two gels in a single assembly
• Use in standard slab gel electrophoresis or in the second dimension of 2D electrophoresis

For Tube Gel Electrophoresis:
• Only the two fixed-height dual-gel units accept tube gel accessories
• Tubes in four different inside diameters all have the same outside diameter so they are interchangeable in the tube gel adapter
• Two-sided operation allows up to 20 tubes to be run at a time

Each unit comes with base unit, upper and lower reservoirs with safety covers and attached power leads, and two gel-mounting spring clamps.


Slab and tube gel accessories are not included

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