Nucleic Acid Gel Electrophoresis and Blotting 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.
- My bands are fuzzy when performing nucleic acid electrophoresis. What could cause this?
- I’m seeing multiple DNA bands after running a single vector on my agarose gel. Why is this?
- My E-Gel® Agarose Gel is not running evenly. I am getting poor resolution or getting smearing of bands. What could be the problem?
- My E-Gel® iBase/PowerBase™/E-Base™ System is continuously beeping and/or shows a steady red light. What am I doing wrong?
- My bands are too close together when performing nucleic acid electrophoresis. What can I do about this?
Guides and Tools
- Protocol: E-Gel® Technical Guide
- Protocol: E-Gel® Imager Gel Documentation System
- Protocol: Preparation of DNA Ladders/Markers for Electrophoresis (legacy Thermo Scientific™)
- Protocol: General Recommendations for DNA Electrophoresis (legacy Thermo Scientific™)
- Protocol: Recommendations for Accurate Gel Quantification (legacy Thermo Scientific™)
- Tech Tip: Anneal Complementary Pairs of Oligonucleotides
- Tech Tip: Strip Northern and Southern Blots
- Search our database for Product Documents: Manuals, Vector Maps, Citations and References
- Search our database for Quality and Safety Documents: MSDS, COA
- Overview: E-Gel® Imager Software
- Overview: RNA Electrophoresis and Markers
- Overview: The Basics: Northern Analysis
- Overview: DNA Electrophoresis (legacy Thermo Scientific™)
- Overview: DNA Ladders (legacy Thermo Scientific™)
- Overview: RNA Electrophoresis (legacy Thermo Scientific™)
- Overview: RNA Ladders (legacy Thermo Scientific™)
- Overview: TopVision Agarose Tablets (legacy Thermo Scientific™)
- Citations: E-Gel® Agarose Gels
- Education: Nucleic Acid Electrophoresis
- FAQs: E-Gel® Imager System and Software FAQs
- General: Nucleic Acid Electrophoresis and Purification Resource Library (legacy Thermo Scientific™)
- Guide: PCR and Molecular Cloning Handbook
- Protocol: E-Gel® EX Agarose Gels and UltraPure™ Agarose
- Protocol: E-Gel® CloneWell™ Agarose Gels
- Registration: Instrument Registration
- Selection: Which DNA Gel Is Right for You?
- Selection: E-Gel® Precast Agarose Gels
- Selection: Gel Documentation
- Table: TBE and TBE-Urea Gel Migration Chart
- Technical Note: Northern Analysis
- Technical Note: RNA Electrophoresis and Markers
- Technical Note: Probe Labeling Systems
- Video: E-Gel® Go! System: Revolutionizing Gel Electrophoresis
- Video: The E-Gel® Imager
- Video: Unboxing the E-Gel® Imager
- Video: E-Gel® CloneWell™ Agarose Gels
- Video: E-Gel® Go! System
- Video: Introduction to the E-Gel® Imager Software Pt. 1
- Video: Introduction to the E-Gel® Imager Software Pt. 2
- Video: Introduction to the E-Gel® Imager Software Pt. 3
- Video: Tips and Tricks for Successful DNA Electrophoresis (legacy Thermo Scientific™)
- Video: How to use TopVision Agarose Tablets (legacy Thermo Scientific™)
- Workflow: Northern Blotting
- DNA and RNA Molecular Weights and Conversions
- Order of Magnitude Prefixes for SI Units
- Radioactive Isotope Table
- OD Conversion Calculator (legacy Thermo Scientific™)
- Labware Definitions for Invitrogen’s E-Gel® 96 Agarose Electrophoresis System on Beckman Coulter’s Biomek® FX Robot
- E-Gel® iBase™ Power System Firmware Upgrade
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