|Date: July 20, 1998||Precast Gels|
Yuck. The label on your bottle of acrylamide makes itself clear: weighing out acrylamide and pouring your own polyacrylamide gels is a potentially deadly task. Why take the risk when somebody has already done the work for you?
That's exactly what the manufacturers of precast gels for polyacrylamide gel electrophoresis (PAGE) are asking. In exchange for a few precious research dollars, they offer convenience and an array of precast gels designed to meet all of your electrophoresis needs. Numerous gradient and single percentage gel configurations, cast in both glass and plastic cassettes,...
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