nUView Tris-Glycine UV reactive Precast Gel (NB)(Bio-Rad)
nUView Tris-Glycine Precast Gel Box for Bio-Rad gel tanks (10x8.5 cm)
nUView Tris-Glycine Precast Gel Box for Bio-Rad gel tanks - image of the gels
nUView Tris-Glycine UV reactive Precast Gel (NB)(Bio-Rad)
nUView Tris-Glycine Precast Gel Box for Bio-Rad gel tanks - technical information
nUView Tris-Glycine Precast Gel Box for Bio-Rad gel tanks - protein gel innovation
nUView Tris-Glycine Precast Gel Box for Bio-Rad gel tanks - UV visualization
nUView Tris-Glycine Precast Gel Box for Bio-Rad gel tanks - easy to use with no combs or tape to remove
NuSep

nUView Tris-Glycine UV reactive Precast Gel (NB)(Bio-Rad)

Regular price $110.00 $110.00 Unit price per

10 gels/box

Gel Size: 10 cm x 8.5 cm (same size as precast gels for Mini-Protean Tetra Cells) 

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Advantages:

  • Long Storage Life (24 months at 4℃ and 6 months at room temperature)
  • Easy to Use: no comb or tape to remove, ready-to-use
  • 2 minute UV visualization
  • Compatible with most buffers and stains

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NuSep UV reactive precast gels incorporate a unique formulation allowing protein bands to be visualized in only two minutes in the presence of ultraviolet (UV) light. The nUView technology increases protein recovery and increases efficiency, since gels do not require staining and de-staining. Cassettes have large sample well capacities (up to 50μL). Numbered lanes and solid well dividers offer easy well identification to eliminate cross sample contamination and gel damage.

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Protein Electrophoresis Bundles

Save money and get your protein electrophoresis supplies with one purchase.
Bundle Includes:

  • nUView Tris-Glycine UV reactive Precast Gel
  • Tris-Glcyine SDS Running Buffer 5L Sachet (val. $26)
  • Gel Loading Pipette Tips (100 count) (val. $10)

The mini pipette tips can help reduce risk of bursting and distortion when loading the sample into the precast gel wells. Using the wrong tips can potentially distort gel wells or lead to inaccurate loading.