Standard, broad-range pH gradients (pH 3–10 linear and nonlinear strips) will reveal the greatest number of proteins, and will accommodate a larger sample volume. Use a non-linear gradient if you suspect a large number of proteins. In a non-linear broad range such as pH3-10, the middle pH range (~pH5-7) is more spread out than in linear ranges allowing for greater resolution. The narrower the pH gradient range per strip the better the resolution. Very narrow or micro-range gradients allow for even greater resolution since there is more migration distance between proteins.
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<ul> <li>Horizontal Isoelectric Focusing</li> <li>Economical, Robust</li> <li>Accomodates Precast horizontal IEF Gels & IPG strips</li> </ul>
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<p><span>A unique marker to calibrate 2D gels,or serve as internal LC/MS standard or added to protein samples</span></p> <p><span>Size: 1 kit</span></p>