Learn More Acrylamide Gel Electrophoresis
Polyacrylamide gel electrophoresis provides very high resolution of DNA molecules 10–3,000 bp long. Under the appropriate conditions, DNA molecules differing in size by only a single base pair can be resolved (learn more: Nucleic acid electrophoresis education ).
Learn More Nucleic Acid Gel Electrophoresis
We've developed an expansive collection of tools and reagents for DNA and RNA gel electrophoresis and blotting. You’ll find all the high-quality tools you need for dependable, accurate performance in your agarose gel electrophoresis and acrylamide gel electrophoresis experiments.
Most researchers in life sciences will “run a gel” at some point in their careers. To run a gel, an electrical field is applied across a matrix through which biomolecules, such as nucleic acids and proteins , can be separated by their differential mobility, that mobility being dependent on their...
Learn More Agarose Gel Electrophoresis
When pouring your own agarose gels, choosing high-quality agarose, smarter-sized DNA ladders, and high-sensitivity DNA stains can help you achieve optimal electrophoresis results. See Pre-cast agarose gel, Agarose gels are used for DNA fragment separation and analysis.
Learn More RNA Electrophoresis
Electrophoresis is a common lab technique used to identify, quantify, and purify nucleic acid fragments and assess quality. RNA molecules are negatively charged, and during gel electrophoresis they migrate toward the anode in the presence of an electric current.
(See a list of the products featured in this article.) Polyacrylamide gel electrophoresis (PAGE)—an important technique for separating proteins based on their electrophoretic mobility—is widely used for both protein analysis and protein purification.
In the nucleic acid electrophoresis workflow, a number of steps need to be performed, each of which could impact the outcome of nucleic acid separation, as discussed in the previous section covering experimental setup .
Learn More Gel Shift Assays (EMSA)
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Learn More Overview of Electrophoresis
Explore: Protein gels Explore: Electrophoresis chamber systems, Protein electrophoresis is a standard laboratory technique by which charged protein molecules are transported through a solvent by an electrical field.
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Learn More Protein Gel 1D Electrophoresis Support
For Research Use Only. Not for use in diagnostic procedures., View all Can I prepare my protein sample with the reducing agent and store it for future use? Can reducing agents other than DTT or BME be used to reduce proteins prior to electrophoresis?
Learn More Analyze RNA with Reagents You Can Trust
Electrophoresis is part of many molecular biology applications. Therefore, issues encountered in nucleic acid electrophoresis may hinder your ability to address downstream applications sooner, hampering experimental workflow efficiency.
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Learn More SureCast Gel Handcast System
Pour your own polyacrylamide mini gels easily and confidently with the Invitrogen SureCast Gel Handcast System. Request a demo Leak-free* design Durable glass plates Single component assembly using a single-motion load-and-lock mechanism Unique tilt feature- minimizes spillage during gel casting,...