Specialized Protein Gels Support
Explore the “Getting Started” and “Troubleshooting” sections for solutions to top inquiries and common problems. Browse through the “Guides and Tools” section to access comprehensive product-related support resources.
- Do Tricine gels contain SDS?
- Should I boil my sample before running it on a Zymogram gel?
- What are the recommended sample loading volumes and protein loading amounts for NativePAGE™ gels?
- What is the composition of the NativePAGE™ 5% G-250 Sample Additive? Does it contain a detergent?
- What is the molecular weight range of proteins that can be separated on E-PAGE™ gels?
- I accidentally ran my Tricine gel with Tris-Glycine buffers. What will happen and why?
- I used the SilverXpress™ Silver staining kit to stain my Tricine gels and noticed that the background was somewhat higher than that seen on Tris-Glycine gels. Can you please offer some suggestions?
- I ran a Zymogram gel and my bands are blurry and not clear to see. Why is this?
- My NativePAGE™ gel stops running in the middle of the electrophoresis process. Can you please help me?
- I ran my protein samples on one of your protein gels and saw V-shaped protein bands. Can you please help me troubleshoot?
Guides and Tools
- Overview: E-PAGE™ High-Throughput Precast Gel System
- Overview: Isoelectric Focusing
- Overview: Novex™ Tricine Gels for Small Protein Separation
- Overview: Novex™ Zymogram Gels
- Overview: NativePAGE™ Bis-Tris Gel System
- Overview: Protein Separation by Protein Electrophoresis
- Learning Center: Protein Biology
- Protein Biology Resource Library (useful technical, application, and other learning resources including application notes and methods)
- Gel Migration Chart: Tricine gels (for optimal results, protein bands should migrate within the yellow shaded areas)
- Gel Migration Chart: Zymogram gels (for optimal results, protein bands should migrate within the yellow shaded areas)
- Gel Migration Chart: NativePAGE™ gels (for optimal results, protein bands should migrate within the yellow shaded areas
- Guide: Protein Analysis Handbook
- Protocol: Protein Electrophoresis Protocols
- Protocol: SDS PAGE Protocols
- Protocol: Novex™ Zymogram Gels Protocols
- Selection: Which Specialized Protein Gel is Right for You?
- Selection: Competitor Product Equivalent Selection Guide
- Technical Note: Protein Separation Myths
- Video: Novex™ Precast Protein Gels – Beauty of a Straight Line
- Video: Novex™ Gel Cassettes – Easy, Simple Solutions that Make a Big Difference
- Video: Protein Analysis Tips and Tricks from Novex™
- Video: Detection of Functional Matrix Metalloproteinases by Zymography
- Video: Separate Proteins by SDS-PAGE for Western Blot
- Using gels from another vendor? Find the right equivalent gel from our company
- E- Editor™ Version 2.0 for Windows, for configuring E-Gel™ and E-PAGE™ Gel Images (Compatible with Windows 98, NT, 2000, and XP)
- E-Gel™ 96 Editor Version 1.5 for Macintosh, for configuring E-Gel™ 96 Gels [Compatible with OS 8.5 and above (OS X with OS 9 emulation only)]
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