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Real-time imaging of the reorientation mechanisms of YOYO-labelled DNA molecules during 90 degrees and 120 degrees pulsed field gel electrophoresis. Citations & References

  • Authors: Gurrieri S, Smith SB, Wells KS, Johnson ID, Bustamante C
  • Journal: Nucleic Acids Res
  • PubMed ID: 8972863
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What are the power supply requirements for the SureLock Tandem Midi Gel Tank? Do you offer a power supply that I can use with it? Product FAQ

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The SureLock Tandem Midi Gel Tank should be used with an external DC power supply designed for electrophoresis. This power supply must be isolated from the ground so that the DC output is floating (safety requirement) and must be equipped with No Load or Open Circuit protection. It must be able to operate at 300 V and have an output current minimum of at least 1 A (1000 mA). We recommend using the PowerEase Touch 350 W Power Supply (Cat. No. PS0350) with the SureLock Tandem Midi Gel Tank. Note: To allow connection of the covered power leads of the SureLock Tandem Midi Gel Tank with certain power supplies that are not designed for use with covered or non-retractable power leads, we recommend using Novex Power Supply Adapters available separately (Cat. No. ZA10001).

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A comparison of three molecular typing methods for the discrimination of Salmonella enterica serovar Infantis Citations & References

  • Authors: Ross, IL; Heuzenroeder, MW
  • Journal: FEMS IMMUNOLOGY AND MEDICAL MICROBIOLOGY

Assessing detection methods for gel-based proteomic analyses. Citations & References

  • Authors: Harris LR, Churchward MA, Butt RH, Coorssen JR
  • Journal: J Proteome Res
  • PubMed ID: 17367184
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SYBR Green I staining of pulsed field agarose gels is a sensitive and inexpensive way of quantitating DNA double-strand breaks in mammalian cells. Citations & References

  • Authors: Kiltie AE, Ryan AJ
  • Journal: Nucleic Acids Res
  • PubMed ID: 9207049
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A new method of competitive reverse transcription polymerase chain reaction with SYBR Gold staining for quantitative analysis of mRNA. Citations & References

  • Authors: Oba R, Kudo Y, Sato N, Noda R, Otsuka Y
  • Journal: Electrophoresis
  • PubMed ID: 16688698
Catalog # S11494

What are the power supply requirements for the XCell4 SureLock Midi-Cell? Do you offer a power supply that I can use with it? Product FAQ

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The XCell4 SureLock Midi-Cell should be used with an external DC power supply designed for electrophoresis. This power supply must:

- Be isolated from the ground so that the DC output is floating (safety requirement)and must be equipped with No Load or Open Circuit protection
- Be able to operate at 200 V

If you would like to simultaneously run 4 gels using the XCell4 SureLock Midi-Cell, we recommend using the ZOOM Dual Power Supply. The Low Voltage/High Current outlets can handle the voltage and current of 4 NuPAGE Bis-Tris gels (Voltage 200 V, Current ~800 mA). The PowerEase 90W Power Supply and PowerEase 500 Power Supply (discontinued as of December 31, 2013) can be used with the XCell4 SureLock Midi-Cell but the current limit of 500 mA will be reached with 2 gels (2 x ~200 mA max current at 200V). If 4 gels are run in the XCell4 SureLock Midi-Cell with these power supplies, the current will be maxed out and the run will slow down. It will take approximately twice as long to run the gels. Note: To allow connection of the covered power leads of the XCell4 SureLock Midi-Cell with certain power supplies that are not designed for use with covered or non-retractable power leads, use Invitrogen Power Supply Adapters available separately (Cat. No. ZA10001).

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Functional characterization of two-dimensional gel-separated proteins using sequential staining. Citations & References

  • Authors: Wu J, Lenchik NJ, Pabst MJ, Solomon SS, Shull J, Gerling IC
  • Journal: Electrophoresis
  • PubMed ID: 15624177
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High-resolution detection of loss of heterozygosity of dinucleotide microsatellite markers. Citations & References

  • Authors: Hourihan RN, O'Sullivan GC, Morgan JG
  • Journal: Biotechniques
  • PubMed ID: 11233603
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Isolation of giant DNA fragments from flow-sorted human chromosomes. Citations & References

  • Authors: Minoshima S, Kawasaki K, Fukuyama R, Maekawa M, Kudoh J, Shimizu N
  • Journal: Cytometry
  • PubMed ID: 2344799
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Detection of phosphoproteins on electroblot membranes using a small-molecule organic fluorophore. Citations & References

  • Authors: Goodman T, Schulenberg B, Steinberg TH, Patton WF
  • Journal: Electrophoresis
  • PubMed ID: 15300773
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Quantitative discrimination of 16 S rRNA genes of Dehalococcoides species by MagSNiPer, a quantitative single-nucleotide-polymorphism genotyping method Citations & References

  • Authors: Yohda, M; Kobayashi, A; Ohishi, S; Ebisawa, M; Sakihara, S; Kakihara, F; Tojo, Y; Tajima, H; Nishimura, M
  • Journal: BIOTECHNOLOGY AND APPLIED BIOCHEMISTRY
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