Date: October 13, 1997 Comparison Chart 1 , Comparison Chart2
You could be home right now. Instead, you are forced to stay at the lab to monitor that 2-D gel you're running. Think of all the things you could be doing instead. Sure, you can fill the time by doing busy work, tidying up the lab or making sense of what you scrawled in your notebook hours ago. If you run multiple gels, multiple protocols, or like the convenience of programmability, programmable power supplies were designed to meet your needs. Programmable power supplies have not only made it easier for researchers to ensure repeatability in gel runs, but they also make the electrophoresis process a little simpler. With a product as sophisticated as this, there are several items to consider prior to investing in a programmable power supply.

For most electrophoresis applications, one of three electrical parameters (power, voltage, or...

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