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Member since: 2016
Organization: University of California, San Francisco
Can't live without it.
Application Area: Western blots of various cancer cell line lysates
"Really easy to use. These gels are nice because the lane for the ladder is small but the wells hold 45uL as opposed to 30uL so that if you need to load more lysate than normal or the lysate is dilute. We also use the Trans-Blot Turbo Transfer System. The transfer pads are a bit expensive but we are thinking about utilizing other transfer stacks to become more economical."
Member since: 2010
Organization: Univ Pittsburgh
Application Area:Western blots
"These gels allows high reproducibility of results and beautiful outcome of the WB"
Member since: 2014
Organization: University of New Hampshire
I would not use any other manufacturer's gels
Application Area:Analysis of proteins separated on 1D and 2D PAGE
"Highest band resolution and reproducible results, particularly for 2D gels that must be reliable quantitative."
Member since: 2015
Application Area:analyze for proteins
"Easy to use, less time consuming and affordable price. "
Member since: 2011
Organization: The Ohio State University
Application Area:for western blotting
"Results quality is better. Separation is very good. Blots are super clean. Price are reasonable"
Member since: 2007
Organization: U.T.M.D Anderson Cancer Center
The TGX gels retain Laemmli-like separation characteristics using the standard sample and Tris/Glycine running buffers. The proteins in the gel can be separated in as little as 20 minutes at 300 V while maintaining low temperatures.
TGX gels are manufactured without SDS. The gels can be used to run proteins under nondenaturing conditions for subsequent analysis of their native conformation and activity by omitting SDS from the running budder. Native analysis does not provide accurate molecular weight information. SDS is added to the sample and running buffer to create standard SDS denaturing electrophoresis conditions.