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Electrophoresis

TV400 - For 20.5 x 20cm tape-cast PAGE gels
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TV400K - Cooled electrophoresis for 20.5 x 20cm tape-cast PAGE gels
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TV400Y - Casting base included for self-cast 20.5 x 20cm gels
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TV400YK - Cooling and casting for fast electrophoresis with 20.5 x 20cm PAGE gels
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TV400YK-2D-IEF-SYS
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TV50 Single-Plate Mini-Gel - For self-cast and precast 10 x 10cm PAGE gels
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TVG-SYS Vari-gel MIDI System: Three gel trays for one gel tank with the 10cm vari-gel midi system
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VG-FAST96 Vari-gel MAXI System: Fast, high throughput microplate compatible electrophoresis
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VG-SYS Vari-gel MAXI system: Four gel trays for one gel tank with the 15cm Vari-gel maxi system
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