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What reagents should I use to stain my protein gels?

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Any dye in the 625 nm emission range should work. For example, you can use the WesternDot™ 625 Western Blot Kit. We also offer our White-Light Conversion Screen (Cat. No. 4473061), which converts blue light emitted by the blue-light transilluminator or UV light emitted by the UV-light transilluminator to white light. This conversion screen is compatible with multiple protein stains including SimplyBlue™ SafeStain, SilverQuest™ silver, and Coomassie™ blue stains.

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Are there robotic scripts for running E-Gel™ 48/96 or E-PAGE™ 48/96 gels?

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Robotic scripts for running E-Gel™ 96 Agarose Gels and E-PAGE™ 96 Gels on Beckman Coulter's Biomek™ FX workstation can be found on our website at: www.thermofisher.com/egels (click the Labware Definitions link in the left navigation pane).

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