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TV400YK-2D-IEF-SYS

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2-D electrophoresis using 18cm IPG strips and 20.5 x 20cm maxi-gels

The TV400YK-2D-IEF-SYS unit is the complete system for running reproducible 20.5 x 20cm 2-D maxi-gels. A recently redesigned IEF-SYS unit supports both 7 and 18cm long SERVA IPG strips during 1st dimension isoelectric focusing (IEF), when each strip may be then overlaid along the top of a 20.5 x 20cm TV400YK maxi-gel for resolution by 2nd dimension SDS-PAGE.

The TV400YK-2D-IEF-SYS unit is supplied with one Consort EV232 3kV power supply for high voltage IEF, and a JULABO chiller for accurate temperature control during IEF and SDS-PAGE.

FEATURES:
TV400YK: Twin-plate maxi-gel unit with PAGE GRM and cooled gel tank, lid, 2 x (20.5 x 20cm; W x H) plain glass plates, 2 x (20.5 x 20cm) notched glass plates, 1 x dummy plate, 4 x 1mm spacers, 4 x 1.5mm spacers, 2 x spacer aligners, 2 x 1mm thick 1-D combs, 2 x 1.5mm thick 1-D combs, casting base, 2 x silicone seals, 1 x dummy plate, 2 x quick-fit tubes, 2 x 4mm power cables and 2 x 4/2mm power output adaptors
Product TV400YK-2D-IEF-SYS
Company Scie-Plas Ltd
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Scie-Plas Ltd
22 Cambridge Science Park Milton Road Cambridge CB4 0FJ UK

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