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DNA Retardation Gels (6%), 1.0 mm, 12 well Invitrogen™

Novex® TBE Gels provide the highest resolution possible for analyzing restriction digests and PCR products. DNA fragments ranging from 10 to 3,000 base pairs are clearly resolved into sharp, tight bands. Novex® DNA Retardation gels are prepared with 0.5X TBE as the gel buffer. This is sufficient for good electrophoretic separation, yet low enough to promote DNA-protein interactions. Novex® TBE and DNA Retardation Gels are designed to run on the XCell SureLock™ Mini-Cell.

Formulation: Novex® TBE and DNA Retardation Gels are manufactured with high-purity tris base, boric acid, EDTA, acrylamide, bisacrylamide, TEMED, and APS.

Recommended Buffers: For optimum performance, Novex® TBE Running Buffer and Novex® Hi-Density TBE Sample Buffer are strongly recommended for use with these gels. Novex® Hi-Density TBE Sample Buffer contains the density agent Ficoll™, which yields sharper, straighter bands than conventional density agents, and the tracking dyes Bromophenol Blue and Xylene Cyanol.

DNA Retardation Gels (6%), 1.0 mm, 15 well Invitrogen™

Novex® TBE Gels provide the highest resolution possible for analyzing restriction digests and PCR products. DNA fragments ranging from 10 to 3,000 base pairs are clearly resolved into sharp, tight bands. Novex® DNA Retardation gels are prepared with 0.5X TBE as the gel buffer. This is sufficient for good electrophoretic separation, yet low enough to promote DNA-protein interactions. Novex® TBE and DNA Retardation Gels are designed to run on the XCell SureLock™ Mini-Cell.

Formulation: Novex® TBE and DNA Retardation Gels are manufactured with high-purity tris base, boric acid, EDTA, acrylamide, bisacrylamide, TEMED, and APS.

Recommended Buffers: For optimum performance, Novex® TBE Running Buffer and Novex® Hi-Density TBE Sample Buffer are strongly recommended for use with these gels. Novex® Hi-Density TBE Sample Buffer contains the density agent Ficoll™, which yields sharper, straighter bands than conventional density agents, and the tracking dyes Bromophenol Blue and Xylene Cyanol.

DNA Retardation Gels (6%), 1.0 mm, 10 well Invitrogen™

Novex® TBE Gels provide the highest resolution possible for analyzing restriction digests and PCR products. DNA fragments ranging from 10 to 3,000 base pairs are clearly resolved into sharp, tight bands. Novex® DNA Retardation gels are prepared with 0.5X TBE as the gel buffer. This is sufficient for good electrophoretic separation, yet low enough to promote DNA-protein interactions. Novex® TBE and DNA Retardation Gels are designed to run on the XCell SureLock™ Mini-Cell.

Formulation: Novex® TBE and DNA Retardation Gels are manufactured with high-purity tris base, boric acid, EDTA, acrylamide, bisacrylamide, TEMED, and APS.

Recommended Buffers: For optimum performance, Novex® TBE Running Buffer and Novex® Hi-Density TBE Sample Buffer are strongly recommended for use with these gels. Novex® Hi-Density TBE Sample Buffer contains the density agent Ficoll™, which yields sharper, straighter bands than conventional density agents, and the tracking dyes Bromophenol Blue and Xylene Cyanol.

Novex™ 4 to 20% Tris-Glycine Plus, 1.0 mm, Midi Protein Gel, 26-well, w/adapters Invitrogen™

Novex Tris-Glycine Plus Midi Protein gels are improved polyacrylamide gels based on traditional Laemmli protein electrophoresis technology, allowing the use of Laemmli sample and running buffers. The gels offer reproducible separation of a wide range of proteins into well-resolved bands. Novex Tris-Glycine Plus Midi gels are a 1.0-mm thick, wider format (8 cm x 13 cm) gel for higher throughput electrophoresis of protein samples.

Learn more about our Novex Tris-Glcyine gels ›

View migration charts ›

Features of Novex Tris-Glycine Plus gels include:
Improved shelf life—store gels for up to 12 months at 4°C
Flexibility—use for native and denaturing protein assays
Fast run conditions—quickly separate your proteins using constant voltage in less than 60 minutes

Choose the right gel format for your experiments
Novex Tris-Glycine Plus Midi gels come in fixed concentrations of 10% and 12%, as well as gradient concentrations of 4–12%, 4–20%, and 8–16%. Select from our many well formats, including 12+2-, 20-, and 26-well.

Run your proteins in native or denatured form
Novex Tris-Glycine Plus gels do not contain SDS and so can be used to separate proteins in native or denatured form. For denatured proteins, we recommend using Novex Tris-Glycine SDS Sample Buffer and Novex Tris-Glycine SDS Running Buffer. For native proteins, we recommend using Novex Tris-Glycine Native Sample Buffer and Novex Tris-Glycine Native Running Buffer. The gels can be run using our XCell4 SureLock Midi-Cell or conveniently with the Bio-Rad Criterion Cell using our adapters.

For transfer of proteins to a membrane, we recommend using the Novex Tris-Glycine Transfer Buffer when performing traditional wet transfer. Rapid semi-dry transfer can be done using the Invitrogen Power Blotter or rapid dry transfer using the iBlot 2 Gel Transfer Device.

Novex™ 10 to 20%, Tricine, 1.0 mm, Mini Protein Gel, 12-well Invitrogen™

Invitrogen Novex Tricine Gels provide separation of low molecular weight proteins and peptides. The Tricine system is a modification of the tris-glycine discontinuous buffer system developed by Schaegger and von Jagow (Schaegger and von Jagow, 1987) specifically for resolving peptides and low molecular weight proteins. In this system the tricine replaces the glycine in the running buffer, resulting in more efficient stacking and destacking for low molecular weight proteins and higher resolution of smaller peptides.

Features of Novex Tricine protein gels:
• Increased resolution of proteins with molecular weights as low as 2 kDa
• Improved compatibility with direct sequencing of proteins after transferring to PVDF
• Minimized protein modification due to the lower pH of the tricine buffering system

Learn more about our Tricine gels ›

View migration charts ›

Formulation: Invitrogen Tricine gels are made with high-purity, strictly quality-controlled reagents: Tris base, HCl, acrylamide, bisacrylamide, TEMED, APS, and highly purified water. Our Tricine gels have a 4% stacking gel and do not contain SDS. The Tricine system requires SDS in sample and running buffers for best results.

Choose the right Tricine gel for your protein separation
Invitrogen Tricine gels come in three polyacrylamide concentrations of 10%, 16%, and a gradient of 10–20%. Select from our many well formats, including 10-, 12-, and 15-well. Tricine gels are formulated for denaturing gel electrophoresis applications. For optimal sample preparation, we recommend Tricine SDS Sample Buffer and optimal separation use Tricine SDS Running Buffer.

For transfer of proteins to a membrane, we recommend using the Novex Tris-Glycine Transfer Buffer if performing a traditional wet transfer using the XCell II Blot Module or the Mini Blot Module. Rapid semi-dry transfer can be performed using the Invitrogen Power Blotter or rapid dry transfer using the iBlot 2 Gel Transfer Device.

Related links
Specialized Protein Gel Support
Protein Gel 1D Electrophoresis Support

Novex™ Tricine Welcome Pack, 16%, 12-well Invitrogen™

The Novex Tricine Welcome Pack provides all of the necessary Novex Tricine gels, buffers, and reagents you will need to begin using the Mini Gel Tank.

The Novex Tricine Welcome Pack contains:
Mini Gel Tank
• Novex Tricine Mini Gels (2 boxes, 20 gels)
Novex Tricine SDS Running Buffer (10X)
Novex Tricine SDS Sample Buffer (2X)
NuPAGE Sample Reducing Agent (10X)
Spectra Multicolor Low Range Protein Ladder

About the Mini Gel Tank
The Mini Gel Tank is compatible with all Invitrogen Novex, NuPAGE, and Bolt mini gels. Each Mini Gel Tank can accommodate up to two gels per run. The unique tank design enables convenient, side-by-side gel loading and enhanced viewing during use. Run times may vary depending on buffer conditions and power supplies being used.

About Novex Tricine gels
Novex Tricine gels provide separation of low molecular weight proteins and peptides. The Tricine system is a modification of the tris-glycine discontinuous buffer system developed by Schaegger and von Jagow specifically for peptides and low molecular weight proteins. In this system the tricine replaces the glycine in the running buffer, resulting in more efficient stacking and de-stacking of low molecular weight proteins and higher resolution of smaller peptides.

Transfer
For transfer of proteins to a membrane, we recommend using Novex Tris-Glycine Transfer Buffer for traditional wet transfer using the Mini Blot Module. Alternatively, rapid semi-dry transfer can be performed using the Invitrogen Power Blotter or rapid dry transfer using the iBlot 2 Gel Transfer Device.

Novex™ 8 to 16% Tris-Glycine Plus, 1.0 mm, Midi Protein Gels, 12+2-well Invitrogen™

Novex Tris-Glycine Plus Midi Protein gels are improved polyacrylamide gels based on traditional Laemmli protein electrophoresis technology, allowing the use of Laemmli sample and running buffers. The gels offer reproducible separation of a wide range of proteins into well-resolved bands. Novex Tris-Glycine Plus Midi gels are a 1.0-mm thick, wider format (8 cm x 13 cm) gel for higher throughput electrophoresis of protein samples.

Learn more about our Novex Tris-Glcyine gels ›

View migration charts ›

Features of Novex Tris-Glycine Plus gels include:
Improved shelf life—store gels for up to 12 months at 4°C
Flexibility—use for native and denaturing protein assays
Fast run conditions—quickly separate your proteins using constant voltage in less than 60 minutes

Choose the right gel format for your experiments
Novex Tris-Glycine Plus Midi gels come in fixed concentrations of 10% and 12%, as well as gradient concentrations of 4–12%, 4–20%, and 8–16%. Select from our many well formats, including 12+2-, 20-, and 26-well.

Run your proteins in native or denatured form
Novex Tris-Glycine Plus gels do not contain SDS and so can be used to separate proteins in native or denatured form. For denatured proteins, we recommend using Novex Tris-Glycine SDS Sample Buffer and Novex Tris-Glycine SDS Running Buffer. For native proteins, we recommend using Novex Tris-Glycine Native Sample Buffer and Novex Tris-Glycine Native Running Buffer. The gels can be run using our XCell4 SureLock Midi-Cell or conveniently with the Bio-Rad Criterion Cell using our adapters.

For transfer of proteins to a membrane, we recommend using the Novex Tris-Glycine Transfer Buffer when performing traditional wet transfer. Rapid semi-dry transfer can be done using the Invitrogen Power Blotter or rapid dry transfer using the iBlot 2 Gel Transfer Device.

Owl™ D2 Wide-Gel Electrophoresis System Combs Thermo Scientific™

Eliminate comb assembly with Thermo Scientific™ Owl™ D2 Wide-Gel Electrophoresis System Combs. These heavy-duty, one-piece combs are for use with Owl™ D2 Wide-Gel Electrophoresis Systems.

Novex™ WedgeWell™ 4 to 20%, Tris-Glycine, 1.0 mm, Mini Protein Gel, 10-well Invitrogen™

Invitrogen Novex Tris-Glycine Mini Gels, WedgeWell format, are polyacrylamide gels that provide reproducible separation of a wide range of proteins into well-resolved bands with two times the loading capacity. Novex Tris-Glycine Mini Gels are based on traditional Laemmli protein electrophoresis that allow the use of Laemmli sample and running buffers.

Learn more about our Novex Tris-Glcyine gels ›

View migration charts ›

Features of Novex Tris-Glycine gels, WedgeWell format, include:
Improved shelf life—store gels for up to 6 months at 4°C
Diversity—use for native and denaturing protein assays
Wedge-shaped wells—easily load up to two times more sample volume
Fast run conditions—quickly separate your proteins using constant voltage in less than 60 minutes

Choose the right gel format for your experiments
Novex Tris-Glycine gels, WedgeWell format, come in a variety of fixed concentrations from 6% to 18%, as well as gradients with ranges of 4–12%, 4–20%, 8–16%, and 10–20%. You can select from our many well formats, including 10-, 12-, and 15-well, and different pack sizes.

Run your proteins in native or denatured form
Novex Tris-Glycine gels, WedgeWell format, do not contain SDS and can be used to run your proteins in native or in denatured form. For denatured proteins, we recommend using Novex Tris-Glycine SDS Sample Buffer and Novex Tris-Glycine SDS Running Buffer. For native proteins, we recommend using Novex Tris-Glycine Native Sample Buffer and Novex Tris-Glycine Native Running Buffer.

Convenient to use
Novex Tris-Glycine gels, WedgeWell format, have innovative wedge-shaped wells that allow up to two times more sample load volume than other 1.0 mm-thick gels. The wedge-shaped wells also have larger openings, making sample loading easier.

For transferring your proteins to a membrane, we recommend using Novex Tris-Glycine Transfer Buffer when preforming traditional wet transfer using the Invitrogen Mini Blot Module. Transfers can also be performed with rapid semi-dry transfer using the Invitrogen Power Blotter or rapid dry transfer using the iBlot 2 Gel Transfer Device.

Novex™ 10 to 20%, Tricine, 1.0 mm, Mini Protein Gel, 15-well Invitrogen™

Invitrogen Novex Tricine Gels provide separation of low molecular weight proteins and peptides. The Tricine system is a modification of the tris-glycine discontinuous buffer system developed by Schaegger and von Jagow (Schaegger and von Jagow, 1987) specifically for resolving peptides and low molecular weight proteins. In this system the tricine replaces the glycine in the running buffer, resulting in more efficient stacking and destacking for low molecular weight proteins and higher resolution of smaller peptides.

Features of Novex Tricine protein gels:
• Increased resolution of proteins with molecular weights as low as 2 kDa
• Improved compatibility with direct sequencing of proteins after transferring to PVDF
• Minimized protein modification due to the lower pH of the tricine buffering system

Learn more about our Tricine gels ›

View migration charts ›

Formulation: Invitrogen Tricine gels are made with high-purity, strictly quality-controlled reagents: Tris base, HCl, acrylamide, bisacrylamide, TEMED, APS, and highly purified water. Our Tricine gels have a 4% stacking gel and do not contain SDS. The Tricine system requires SDS in sample and running buffers for best results.

Choose the right Tricine gel for your protein separation
Invitrogen Tricine gels come in three polyacrylamide concentrations of 10%, 16%, and a gradient of 10–20%. Select from our many well formats, including 10-, 12-, and 15-well. Tricine gels are formulated for denaturing gel electrophoresis applications. For optimal sample preparation, we recommend Tricine SDS Sample Buffer and optimal separation use Tricine SDS Running Buffer.

For transfer of proteins to a membrane, we recommend using the Novex Tris-Glycine Transfer Buffer if performing a traditional wet transfer using the XCell II Blot Module or the Mini Blot Module. Rapid semi-dry transfer can be performed using the Invitrogen Power Blotter or rapid dry transfer using the iBlot 2 Gel Transfer Device.

Related links
Specialized Protein Gel Support
Protein Gel 1D Electrophoresis Support

Novex™ 16%, Tricine, 1.0 mm, Mini Protein Gel, 10-well Invitrogen™

Invitrogen Novex Tricine Gels provide separation of low molecular weight proteins and peptides. The Tricine system is a modification of the tris-glycine discontinuous buffer system developed by Schaegger and von Jagow (Schaegger and von Jagow, 1987) specifically for resolving peptides and low molecular weight proteins. In this system the tricine replaces the glycine in the running buffer, resulting in more efficient stacking and destacking for low molecular weight proteins and higher resolution of smaller peptides.

Features of Novex Tricine protein gels:
• Increased resolution of proteins with molecular weights as low as 2 kDa
• Improved compatibility with direct sequencing of proteins after transferring to PVDF
• Minimized protein modification due to the lower pH of the tricine buffering system

Learn more about our Tricine gels ›

View migration charts ›

Formulation: Invitrogen Tricine gels are made with high-purity, strictly quality-controlled reagents: Tris base, HCl, acrylamide, bisacrylamide, TEMED, APS, and highly purified water. Our Tricine gels have a 4% stacking gel and do not contain SDS. The Tricine system requires SDS in sample and running buffers for best results.

Choose the right Tricine gel for your protein separation
Invitrogen Tricine gels come in three polyacrylamide concentrations of 10%, 16%, and a gradient of 10–20%. Select from our many well formats, including 10-, 12-, and 15-well. Tricine gels are formulated for denaturing gel electrophoresis applications. For optimal sample preparation, we recommend Tricine SDS Sample Buffer and optimal separation use Tricine SDS Running Buffer.

For transfer of proteins to a membrane, we recommend using the Novex Tris-Glycine Transfer Buffer if performing a traditional wet transfer using the XCell II Blot Module or the Mini Blot Module. Rapid semi-dry transfer can be performed using the Invitrogen Power Blotter or rapid dry transfer using the iBlot 2 Gel Transfer Device.

Related links
Specialized Protein Gel Support
Protein Gel 1D Electrophoresis Support

Owl™ A6 Wide Gel Horizontal Electrophoresis System Thermo Scientific™

Produce clear, tight banding patterns with the Thermo Scientific™ Owl™ A6 Wide Gel Horizontal Electrophoresis System, an ideal system for high-throughput laboratories.

Novex™ 8 to 16% Tris-Glycine Plus, 1.0 mm, Midi Protein Gels, 12+2-well, w/adapters Invitrogen™

Novex Tris-Glycine Plus Midi Protein gels are improved polyacrylamide gels based on traditional Laemmli protein electrophoresis technology, allowing the use of Laemmli sample and running buffers. The gels offer reproducible separation of a wide range of proteins into well-resolved bands. Novex Tris-Glycine Plus Midi gels are a 1.0-mm thick, wider format (8 cm x 13 cm) gel for higher throughput electrophoresis of protein samples.

Learn more about our Novex Tris-Glcyine gels ›

View migration charts ›

Features of Novex Tris-Glycine Plus gels include:
Improved shelf life—store gels for up to 12 months at 4°C
Flexibility—use for native and denaturing protein assays
Fast run conditions—quickly separate your proteins using constant voltage in less than 60 minutes

Choose the right gel format for your experiments
Novex Tris-Glycine Plus Midi gels come in fixed concentrations of 10% and 12%, as well as gradient concentrations of 4–12%, 4–20%, and 8–16%. Select from our many well formats, including 12+2-, 20-, and 26-well.

Run your proteins in native or denatured form
Novex Tris-Glycine Plus gels do not contain SDS and so can be used to separate proteins in native or denatured form. For denatured proteins, we recommend using Novex Tris-Glycine SDS Sample Buffer and Novex Tris-Glycine SDS Running Buffer. For native proteins, we recommend using Novex Tris-Glycine Native Sample Buffer and Novex Tris-Glycine Native Running Buffer. The gels can be run using our XCell4 SureLock Midi-Cell or conveniently with the Bio-Rad Criterion Cell using our adapters.

For transfer of proteins to a membrane, we recommend using the Novex Tris-Glycine Transfer Buffer when performing traditional wet transfer. Rapid semi-dry transfer can be done using the Invitrogen Power Blotter or rapid dry transfer using the iBlot 2 Gel Transfer Device.

Novex™ Tricine Welcome Pack, 10-20%, 10-well Invitrogen™

The Novex Tricine Welcome Pack provides all of the necessary Novex Tricine gels, buffers, and reagents you will need to begin using the Mini Gel Tank.

The Novex Tricine Welcome Pack contains:
Mini Gel Tank
• Novex Tricine Mini Gels (2 boxes, 20 gels)
Novex Tricine SDS Running Buffer (10X)
Novex Tricine SDS Sample Buffer (2X)
NuPAGE Sample Reducing Agent (10X)
Spectra Multicolor Low Range Protein Ladder

About the Mini Gel Tank
The Mini Gel Tank is compatible with all Invitrogen Novex, NuPAGE, and Bolt mini gels. Each Mini Gel Tank can accommodate up to two gels per run. The unique tank design enables convenient, side-by-side gel loading and enhanced viewing during use. Run times may vary depending on buffer conditions and power supplies being used.

About Novex Tricine gels
Novex Tricine gels provide separation of low molecular weight proteins and peptides. The Tricine system is a modification of the tris-glycine discontinuous buffer system developed by Schaegger and von Jagow specifically for peptides and low molecular weight proteins. In this system the tricine replaces the glycine in the running buffer, resulting in more efficient stacking and de-stacking of low molecular weight proteins and higher resolution of smaller peptides.

Transfer
For transfer of proteins to a membrane, we recommend using Novex Tris-Glycine Transfer Buffer for traditional wet transfer using the Mini Blot Module. Alternatively, rapid semi-dry transfer can be performed using the Invitrogen Power Blotter or rapid dry transfer using the iBlot 2 Gel Transfer Device.

Novex™ Tricine Welcome Pack, 16%, 15-well Invitrogen™

The Novex Tricine Welcome Pack provides all of the necessary Novex Tricine gels, buffers, and reagents you will need to begin using the Mini Gel Tank.

The Novex Tricine Welcome Pack contains:
Mini Gel Tank
• Novex Tricine Mini Gels (2 boxes, 20 gels)
Novex Tricine SDS Running Buffer (10X)
Novex Tricine SDS Sample Buffer (2X)
NuPAGE Sample Reducing Agent (10X)
Spectra Multicolor Low Range Protein Ladder

About the Mini Gel Tank
The Mini Gel Tank is compatible with all Invitrogen Novex, NuPAGE, and Bolt mini gels. Each Mini Gel Tank can accommodate up to two gels per run. The unique tank design enables convenient, side-by-side gel loading and enhanced viewing during use. Run times may vary depending on buffer conditions and power supplies being used.

About Novex Tricine gels
Novex Tricine gels provide separation of low molecular weight proteins and peptides. The Tricine system is a modification of the tris-glycine discontinuous buffer system developed by Schaegger and von Jagow specifically for peptides and low molecular weight proteins. In this system the tricine replaces the glycine in the running buffer, resulting in more efficient stacking and de-stacking of low molecular weight proteins and higher resolution of smaller peptides.

Transfer
For transfer of proteins to a membrane, we recommend using Novex Tris-Glycine Transfer Buffer for traditional wet transfer using the Mini Blot Module. Alternatively, rapid semi-dry transfer can be performed using the Invitrogen Power Blotter or rapid dry transfer using the iBlot 2 Gel Transfer Device.

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