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Precast IsoGel™ Agarose IEF Plates

Precast IsoGel™ Agarose IEF Plates

Catalog #: 56015
IsoGelTM Agarose IEF Plates, pH 3 – 10, 6 pack

 591.00 CHF

Product Overview

IsoGelTM Precast Agarose IEF Plates provide rapid and reproducible isoelectric focusing of proteins up to 2,000 kDa. These plates are specifically designed for the analysis of antibodies. Each precast gel is supported on GelBond® Film to provide easy handling and excellent dimensional stability throughout its post IEF processing. A convenient gel size of 125 x 100 mm fits most IEF chambers. After focusing, the proteins can be quickly transferred from the agarose gel to a membrane, stained in situ, or detected by antibodies within 1 hour. Gels are supplied in packages of six with instructions. Accessories, including applicator masks, blotting paper, and electrode wicks sufficient for six plates, are supplied in convenient 6 gel or bulk accessory packs

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  • Versatile - Fits most chambers
  • Convenient - No more pouring plates


  • Isoelectric Focusing

Storage and Content

  • IsoGel™ Agarose IEF Plates pH 3 – 10, 6 pack
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SDS, CoA, and Instructions

Certificate of Analysis (CoA)

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  • Isoelectric Focusing with IsoGel® Agarose IEF Plates (pH 3-10) - Protocol

    56015 IsoGel Agarose IEF Plates-pH range 3-10
  • IsoGel™ IEF Plates (pH 3-10) - Support Protocol for using EPS 3500 XL power supply

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Educational Material

Brochures, White Papers etc.

  • SourceBook Section XII - Isoelectric Focusing of Proteins on Agarose Gels

    1. Introduction 2. Preparation of Agarose Isoelectric Focusing Gels 3. Running Agarose IEF Gels 4. Staining Proteins in Agarose IEF Gels 5. Press Blot Transfer of Proteins from Agarose IEF Gels 6. Preparative Isoelectric Focusing 7. Immunofixation/Immunoperoxidase or Autoradiography 8. Direct Tissue Isoelectric Focusing 9. Resolution Reference Guide 10. References
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