Denaturing Gradient Gel Electrophoresisadmin
The complete system for denaturing gradient gel electrophoresis
The TV400-DGGE denaturing gradient gel electrophoresis system is a cost-effective solution for researchers studying mutations and DNA polymorphisms critical in disease aetiology and genetic diversity.
Designed primarily for parallel denaturing gradient gel electrophoresis (DGGE), where electrophoresis and the denaturing gradient run in the same direction, the TV400-DGGE has a maximum 96-sample throughput compatible with standard microplates and thermal cycler blocks.
A GM100 100ml gradient mixer is included (1st image from top) to pour gradient gels using our newly designed gel-running module and cam caster, while a 400W heater (1st image from bottom), regulated by an external temperature control unit (see bottom image and attachment) connected to a heat sensor within the gel tank, allows the temperature to be set to the predetermined melting temperature (Tm) of the PCR®-amplified DNA polymorphism or mutation of interest.