Protein Gel 1D Electrophoresis 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.
- 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? For example, what about TCEP (Tris Carboxy Ethyl Phosphene)?
- How are Bolt™ Bis-Tris Plus gels different from NuPAGE™ Bis-Tris gels?
- What is the composition of the NuPAGE™ LDS Sample Buffer and what is the recipe for the 4X formulation?
- What are the main advantages of NuPAGE™ gels over Novex™ Tris-Glycine gels?
- My protein bands in the outer lanes of the gel show a “smiling” effect. Can you please help me troubleshoot?
- I am getting wavy dye fronts while using the Bolt™ Bis-Tris Plus gels with the Bolt™ tank. Why is this?
- When I tried to remove the comb from my Bolt™ Bis-Tris Plus gel, I noticed the presence of extra acrylamide. What is the purpose?
- I ran my protein samples on a NuPAGE™ Bis-Tris gel, and I see a bubble in the center of the gel with significant band distortion particularly in the center lanes. What is the reason?
- I ran my protein samples on a Tris-Glycine gel and the samples stopped running in the bottom portion of the gel whereas the marker ran fine. Why did this happen?
Guides and Tools
- Overview: Protein Gel Electrophoresis
- Overview: Novex™ Precast Midi Gels
- Overview: Protein Separation by Protein Electrophoresis
- Learning Center: Protein Biology
- Protein Biology Resource Library (useful technical, application, and other learning resources including application notes and methods)
- Guide: Protein Analysis Handbook
- Selection: Find the Right Protein Gel for Your Experiments
- Selection: Protein Mini Gel Selection Guide
- Selection: Find our Equivalent to Competitor Gels
- Technical Note: Protein Separation Myths
- Technical Publication: Models of Protein Modification in Tris-Glycine and Neutral pH Bis-Tris Gels during Electrophoresis: Effect of Gel pH
- Video: Protein Analysis Tips and Tricks
- Video: Novex™ Precast Protein Gels – Beauty of a Straight Line
- Video: Novex™ Gel Cassettes – Easy, Simple Solutions that Make a Big Difference
- Video: Separate Proteins by SDS-PAGE for Western Blot
Novex™ Tris-Glycine Gels
NuPAGE™ Bis-Tris and NuPAGE™ Tris-Acetate Gels
- Overview: Novex™ NuPAGE™ SDS-PAGE Gel System
- Gel Migration Chart: NuPAGE™ Bis-Tris Gels (for optimal results, protein bands should migrate within the yellow shaded areas)
- Gel Migration Chart: NuPAGE™ Tris-Acetate Gels (for optimal results, protein bands should migrate within the yellow shaded areas)
- Selection: Choose the Right NuPAGE™ Bis-Tris Gel
- Selection: Choose the Right NuPAGE™ Tris-Acetate Gel
- Video: NuPAGE™ Novex™ Gel System
- Video: Meet The Inventor: NuPAGE™ System
Bolt™ Bis-Tris Plus Gels
- Overview: Bolt™ Bis-Tris Plus Gels
- Overview: Resources for Upgrading the Bolt™ Mini Gel Tank
- Gel Migration Chart: Bolt™ Bis-Tris Plus gels (for optimal results, protein bands should migrate within the yellow shaded areas)
- Selection: Bolt™ Gel Selection Guide
- Video: Operating the Mini Gel Tank
- Video: Replacing Cam Handles on Bolt™ Mini Gel Tank
Precise™ Protein Gels
- Overview: Precise™ Protein Gels
- Choose the Right Protein Mini Gel
- Choose the Right Novex™ Tris-Glycine Gel
- Choose the Right NuPAGE™ Bis-Tris Gel
- Choose the Right NuPAGE™ Tris-Acetate Gel
- Choose the Right BOLT™ Bis-Tris Plus Gel
- Choose the Right Precast Midi Gel
- NuPAGE ™ Gel Conversion Guide: Easy and simple conversion from either a Tris-Glycine or Tricine gel to the appropriate NuPAGE™ gel and corresponding optimized buffer.
- Using gels from another vendor? Find the right equivalent gel from our company
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