Pre-Cast Gels

 

Product Name

EzWay PAG Pre-cast Gel, 4-12% 1.0mm, 10well

Cat. No.

KG5010

Price Please inquire
Size 10/pk
Description
EzWay™ PAG System is a precast SDS-PAGE gel for protein analysis. This gel system has a neutral pH of 7.2, so it can maintain the stability of polyacrylamide for 1 year. Also, it keeps the protein samples from modification such as alkylation, deamidation, oxidation that can happen during electrophoresis, so that proteins remain intact and unmodified and it increases yields and signals. Two acrylamide concentrations (10% and 4-12%) are available.
EzWay™ PAG gel system must be used with Tris-Glycine, Tricine or Aspartate SDS buffer systems. Six separation ranges can be obtained by combining either of gels with these three buffer systems.
Specification
• Shelf Life : 1 year at 4°C
• Best resolution, sharpest bands and best consistency
• Available in 2 acrylamide concentrations (10% or 4-12%)
• 3 Buffer systems and 6 Separation ranges
1) Tris-Glycine : Large Proteins (High MW)
2) Tricine : Mid-Size Proteins (Mid MW)
3) Aspartate : Small Proteins (Low MW)
• Gel Matrix : Acrylamide / Bis-Acrylamide
• Acrylamide Concentration : 10%, 4-12%
• Gel Buffer : Tris-HCl, pH 7.2
• Gel Size : 8 x 8 cm
• Gel Thickness : 1.0 mm or 1.5mm
• Cassette Size : 10 x 10 cm
• Recommended Buffer
1) Tris-Glycine SDS Sample Buffer (2x) Cat. No. KTG020
2) Tris-Glycine SDS Sample Buffer (5x) Cat. No. KTG020-5
3) Tris-Glycine SDS Running Buffer (10x) Cat. No. KTG030
4) Tricine Sample Buffer (2x) Cat. No. KTR020
5) Tricine Sample Buffer (5x) Cat. No. KTR020-5
6) Tricine Running Buffer (10x) Cat. No. KTR030
7) Aspartate Sample Buffer (2x) Cat. No. KAS020
8) Aspartate Sample Buffer (5x) Cat. No. KAS020-5
9) Aspartate Running Buffer (10x) Cat. No. KAS030
Migration
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