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TV100YK - Cooling and casting for fast electrophoresis with 10 x 10cm PAGE gels

Product Description
Scie-Plas TV Range vertical gel electrophoresis units offer the ultimate standards in innovative design and manufacture. The TV Range vertical gel electrophoresis units are available in a variety of different plate sizes for applications ranging from routine SDS-PAGE mini-gels to large format nucleic acid sequencing and single-strand conformational polymorphism (SSCP) studies. As with our Green Range horizontal gel units, each new-style TV Range vertical gel electrophoresis unit incorporates the many design and safety features recommended to us over the years by scientists, either from within our in-house product development team or laboratories worldwide. Accordingly, each unit is manufactured and finished to the highest specification, versatile, easy to use and fully compliant with European safety regulations. The TV Range vertical gel electrophoresis units are available in a range of different formats.

The TV100YK twin-plate 10 x 10cm (W x H) mini-gel unit combines the benefits offered by the TV100K and TV100Y units, with a cooled gel tank and precision engineered casting base with soft silicone seals. This unit can accommodate either self-cast gels, made using the GRM and casting base, or SERVAgelâ„¢ precast gels which are also available through Scie-Plas.


Complete System
TV100YK unit with GRM, gel tank with built-in cooling coil and quick-fit tubing, lid, 2 (10 x 10cm; W x H) plain glass plates, 4 x 1mm spacers, 2 x spacer aligners, 2 (10 x 10cm) notched glass plates, 1 x dummy plate and 2 x 1mm thick 12-sample combs, plus a casting base and 2 x silicone seals
Unit Dimensions (W x D x H): 28 x 15 x 18cm
Active Gel Dimensions (W x H): 8 x 8.5cm
Maximum Sample Capacity: 2 x 16
Recommended Buffer Volume: Inner Buffer Chamber: 90ml; Gel Tank: 1600ml
Recommended Power Supplies: Consort EV243
Product TV100YK - Cooling and casting for fast electrophoresis with 10 x 10cm PAGE gels
Company Scie-Plas Ltd
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