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AllView SDS-PAGE Buffer  

  • Catalog # : TM0011
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  • Product Description:
  • AllView SDS-PAGE Buffer has a remarkable feature that enable us to separate proteins with wide range of molecular weights in the basic Laemmli gel (Tris-HCl) similar to using gradient gel. After electrophoresis, the polyacrylamide gel can be used directly for CBB staining, silver staining or western blotting.
  • Form:
  • Liquid
  • Quality Control Testing:
  • AllView SDS-PAGE Buffer enable us to separate proteins widely during SDS-PAGE like gradient gel.

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  • Recommend Usage:
  • Electrophoresis (dilute with ultrapure water to 1x solution before use).
  • Supplied Product:
  • AllView SDS-PAGE Buffer is suitable for Laemmli gels
    If precast gels are used, the optimal acrylamide concentration may be different.
    AllView SDS-PAGE Buffer is not reusable.
    AllView SDS-PAGE Buffer is 20x stock solution. Please dilute to 1x solution before use.
    If precipitation of SDS is observed, completely dissolve it in a water bath (about 37°C) before use.
    Optimal electrophoretic time is depending on acrylamide concentration, gel size and voltage. Accordingly, it is recommended to monitor electrophoresis using a prestained Protein MultiColor Marker (Cat # TM0009).
  • Storage Instruction:
  • Store in the dark at room temperature. Avoid prolonged exposure to light.
  • Note:
  • The recommended acrylamide concentration is 6% for resolving gel and 3% for stacking gel to separate the entire range of about 10 kDa to 250 kDa. Especially if the separation of low molecular weight proteins (10 kDa~30 kDa) is required, 10% resolving gel is recommended.
  • Applications
  • Electrophoresis
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