Invitrogen™

E-Gel™ Go! Agarose Gels, 1%

Catalog number: G441001
Invitrogen™

E-Gel™ Go! Agarose Gels, 1%

Catalog number: G441001
Catalog Number
G441001
Unit Size
10 gels
Price (USD)
124.00
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199.00
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E-Gel Go! precast agarose gels are the perfect option for performing agarose gel electrophoresis when you have only a few samples to analyze. E-Gel Go! agarose gels each have four wells and are premixed with a blue light excitable nucleic acid stain. They can be stored at room temperature and are ready to use whenever you need them without needing additional buffers or reagents. E-Gel Go! gels are designed specifically to work with the E-Gel Go! Base and other components of the E-Gel Go! system.

• Stop pouring gels when you need only a few lanes
• Perform gel electrophoresis anywhere, anytime
• Visualize more bands with highly sensitive stain
• Choose 1% or 2% gels based on your band sizes

Precast convenience, fewer lanes
E-Gel Go! is the newest member of the groundbreaking E-Gel precast agarose gel family. All E-Gel products offer the convenience of precast, self-contained, bufferless, room-temperature-stable agarose gels, and E-Gel Go! is the perfect flavor of E-Gel for when you only need to run a few samples. Each E-Gel Go! precast agarose gel has four lanes, perfect for doing a quick check of end-point PCRs, restriction digests, plasmid preps, and other molecular biology reactions. The E-Gel Go! Base is both the power supply you need to run E-Gel Go! gels and a real time, blue light transilluminator that can be used to visualize band progress during or after the run. Whenever and wherever you need to do a quick check of a few important samples, E-Gel Go! precast agarose gels are there for you.

The most senitive nucleic acid stain
E-Gel Go! precast agarose gels utilize the same highly sensitive nucleic acid stain as the E-Gel EX system. This proprietary stain has been specially formulated to provide the highest possible detection sensitivity. The stain in E-Gel Go! gels can be visualized with traditional UV transilluminators, but for the very best results and highest sensitivity, visible blue light should be used. When using blue light the bands must be viewed through an amber filter. Best of all, the E-Gel Go! Base that runs the E-Gel Go! gels has an integrated blue light transilluminator and amber filter lid so you can watch your bands migrate in real time or document your results right on the Base.

The right gel for the job at hand
E-Gel Go! precast agarose gels come in two agarose percentages: 1% and 2%. This allows you to choose the best gel for your specific application and size range of interest. The 2% gels offer excellent resolution and separation of linear double-stranded DNA fragments ranging from ∼50 bp to 2 kbp in size. When you need to resolve larger fragments, up to 4 kbp, the 1% gels are the optimal solution. In either case, E-Gel Go! gels will yield sharp bands and repeatable, reliable results with unparalleled convenience.

Nucleic acid markers
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For Research Use Only. Not for use in diagnostic procedures.

Specifications

Kit Contents
Each pack contains 10 individually sealed pouches, each with a single 1% E-Gel Go! precast agarose gel cassette.
Gel Percentage
1%
Gel Type
E-Gel
Wells
4-well
Quantity
10 gel(s)
In Gel Dye
Proprietary Stain
Shipping Condition
Room Temperature
System Type
E-Gel™ Go!
Well Design
Single Comb
Product Line
E-Gel™ Go!
Product Type Specs
Go Agarose Gel
Sample Loading Volume
10 µl
Compatible Ladders
E-Gel™ 1 Kb Plus Express Ladder

Contents & Storage

Each pack contains 10 individually sealed pouches, each with a single 1% E-Gel™ Go! precast agarose gel cassette.

Store at room temperature.

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