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VG-FAST96 Vari-gel MAXI System: Fast, high throughput microplate compatible electrophoresis

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The Scie-Plas Vari-gel Range is designed to provide a low cost electrophoresis solution that not only offers several gel-casting tray sizes within one tank but also retains the benefits of the popular Green Range horizontal units. The Vari-gel Range is available in MINI, MIDI and MAXI formats, each format determined by the width and number of gel-casting trays. Each unit is fabricated from 5mm acrylic sheet as standard, but includes many of the features of the Green Range units, such as 99.99% pure platinum electrodes, gold-plated corrosion-free terminals and UV-transparent gel-casting trays. The Vari-gel Range can be used for routine preparatory DNA electrophoresis and higher throughput nucleic acid screening. Scie-Plas is also pleased to announce the launch of the VG-FAST96 high throughput Vari-gel system, whose 96-well capacity makes it perfectly suited for screening single-strand polymorphisms (SSP) following PCR amplification in 96-well microplates.

The VG-FAST96 high throughput Vari-gel MAXI system is the latest addition to the Scie-Plas Vari-gel Range, providing a swift and simple solution for the screening and analysis of up to 96 single-strand polymorphisms (SSPs) following PCR amplification in 96-well microplates. A single gel tray with UV-fluorescent numbering allows up to 96 SSPs to loaded directly onto the tray, 8 at a time by multi-channel pipette, so that each SSP is automatically numbered for gel documentation, simplifying post-electrophoretic analysis. This unit is ideal for use with 96-well microtitre plates or or the 96-well blocks of the Techne TC412 and TC512 thermal cyclers which are also available through Scie-Plas.

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Complete System
A complete 16cm wide high throughput Vari-gel system with 1 removable UV-transparent and UV-fluorescent gel tray, 16 x 17.5cm (W x L); 6 x 1mm, 17-sample combs and aluminium casting gates
Unit Dimensions (W x L x H): 33 x 19.5 x 7.5cm
Gel Size (W x L): 16 x 17.5cm
Buffer Volume: 950ml
Maximum Sample Capacity: 96 + 8
Recommended Power Supplies: Consort EV243
Product VG-FAST96 Vari-gel MAXI System: Fast, high throughput microplate compatible electrophoresis
Company Scie-Plas Ltd
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