Gel Documentations

A gel documentation system is a piece of equipment for observing, taking photos, and analyzing bands in gels after electrophoresis. Gel electrophoresis is one of the main tools in molecular, cellular and biochemical biology laboratories. In fact, it remains one of the main endorsements and trials requested when publishing important results. For this reason, researchers require high-resolution and multiple-image recognition systems to process gels. From this point of view, the processing of the gels requires the highest sensitivity to ensure the quality of the results.

Currently, digital development allows to have image analyzers or gel documentation systems, specifically designed to adapt to the needs and budget of the laboratory. These provide innovative solutions for both image capture and analysis, and are configured based on the techniques used by each researcher.

It is important to note that gel electrophoresis is one of the main tools in molecular, cellular and biochemical biology laboratories. In fact, it remains one of the main endorsements and essays requested when publishing important results in any scientific journal.

Electrophoresis and Gel Documentation Systems

The gel used in gel electrophoresis is generally made from a material called agarose, which is a gelatinous substance extracted from seaweed. This porous gel could be used to separate macromolecules of many different sizes. The gel is immersed in a buffer solution of the salt in an electrophoresis chamber. Tris-borate-EDTA (TBE) is commonly used as the buffer. Its main function is to control the pH of the system. The chamber has two electrodes - one positive and one negative - at its two ends.

The samples that need to be analyzed are then loaded into tiny wells on the gel with the help of a pipette. Once the load is ready, an electric current of 50-150 V is applied. Now, the charged molecules present in the sample begin to migrate through the gel towards the electrodes. The speed at which each molecule travels through the gel is called its electrophoretic mobility and is primarily determined by its net charge and size.

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Gel system YR04963-YR04964

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Select a configuration for your applications now and update later when applying different applications by adding another tray or hardware module:

a) UV transmission

b) UV + BLUE light transmission

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Depending on the application, only use Arabic numerals, which are automatically combined in different applications, instead of the professional parameter of aperture and focus.

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You can use your machine with a standalone PC or a PC with a built-in touch screen. You just need to press the โ€œtoggle buttonโ€ easily.

SMART โ„ข UV Transilluminator

Compared to the traditional UV transilluminator, the UV SMART โ„ข โ€œlamplessโ€ design provides uniform transmission and better background.

Blue and white light transilluminator

The magnetic interfaces of the thimble make a free switch between transmitting blue light and white light. The tactile brightness adjustment switch makes it easy to observe and retrieve the gel.

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Gel Documentation System

There are countless models, so it is normal that you do not know which laboratory gel documentation system to buy that suits your needs. At Kalstein, we test them to find what you're looking for

Electrophoresis and documentation

The gel used in gel electrophoresis is generally made from a material called agarose, which is a gelatinous substance extracted from seaweed.

Gel Documentation Systems

Modular design and flexible options allow you to customize a system for your specific needs. Plus, as your needs change and expand

Laboratory Spectrophotometers

The spectrophotometer is an instrument used by spectrophotometry to measure the amount of light intensity absorbed after passing through a sample solution.

At Kalstein we offer you a variety of Gel Documentation Systems

There are countless models, so it is normal that you do not know which laboratory gel documentation system to buy that suits your needs. At Kalstein, we test them to find what you're looking for.

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