Cast Your Troubles Away! CastAway(TM) Precast Gels from Stratagene

Duplicate gels sequences with Stratagene's CastAway System. Sequencing data loaded G A T C from left to right. Control primer and template from the T7-SequenaseTM Version 2.0 DNA Sequencing Kit from Amersham. Manual gel pouring can waste precious time in the laboratory. From preparing plates to loading your gel, you might spend the same amount of time it would take to drive to a theater and watch the latest movie-a recent blockbuster about a sinking ship excluded. The business of precast gels

The Scientist Staff
Feb 15, 1998


Duplicate gels sequences with Stratagene's CastAway System. Sequencing data loaded G A T C from left to right. Control primer and template from the T7-SequenaseTM Version 2.0 DNA Sequencing Kit from Amersham.
Manual gel pouring can waste precious time in the laboratory. From preparing plates to loading your gel, you might spend the same amount of time it would take to drive to a theater and watch the latest movie-a recent blockbuster about a sinking ship excluded. The business of precast gels has exploded in the last few years as researchers have opted to leave the casting of gels to other people. Although there are several advantages to working with precast gels, one of the primary benefits is the elimination of handling unpolymerized acrylamide, a neurotoxin.

Stratagene has developed CastAwayTM Precast Gels for a variety of applications, including DNA sequencing, silver staining, differential display, SSCP, DNA fingerprinting, primer...

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