Labpro Mini Gel "Coloured" Tank Agarose 7x10cm
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Labpro Scientific’s 100% Australian Made Electrophoresis Gel Tank is used for mini gel format quick screens with up to 18 samples per run. This system can process a large number of samples and is ideal for PCR, fragment analysis, or recombinant screening. The LP10000 format can run up to 18 samples in under 30 minutes. The LP10000 is constructed of durable acrylic. Comes with a life time warranty (NB does not cover platinum wire and normal wear and tear)
Height Width Length
Unit Dimensions: 7.5cm 10.0cm 28.0cm
Gel Dimensions: 7.0cm 10.0cm
Maximum Sample Capacity: 18 Samples (1 Combs, 18 Samples Ea.)
Buffer Capacity: 375ml
Distance Between Electrodes: 16.0cm
Maximum Voltage: 200V
LP10000 - ELECTROPHORESIS SYSTEM
(7X10CM) *Comes complete
with vented lid, UVPT casting with coloured coded top
tray, two combs 1.5mm thick, 1 x 8 & 15 tooth comb with integral holder
and 1 x set of power leads.
ACCESSORIES AND REPLACEMENT PARTS
LP11020 - LP10000 UVPT Casting Tray
LP10500 - Replacement Power Cords
LP11200 - Replacement LP10000 Tank
LP11300 - Replacement LP10000 Lid
LP10505 - Replacement Tank Connector Kit
LP11305 - Replacement LP1000 Electrode Assembly
ADDITIONAL COMBS WITH INTEGRAL HOLDER ARE AVAILABLE
CATALOG# DESCRIPTION WELL VOLUME WIDTH PER SAMPLE
LP11040 - 1.5mm x 8 tooth 4.7mm 4.7μl
LP11045 - 1.5mm x 12 tooth 2.8mm 2.8μl
LP11050 - 1.5mm x 15 tooth 2.2mm 2.2μl
LP11053 - 1.5mm x 13 tooth 4.0mm 6.0μl
LP11058 - 1.5mm x 18 tooth 2.3mm 3.5μl
The LP10000 is designed for nucleic acid screening electrophoresis. The maximum suggested applied voltage for the electrophoresis of DNA in agarose gels using the LP10000 is 150volts. In a 1% TBE gel, this translates into a run time of approximately 1 hour. Lower voltages may be used, of course, and as a general rule, a 75 volt run will take twice as long as a150 volt run. Higher voltages may be used to decrease run time; however, if the unit is being operated at higher voltages than 150 volts the heat generated during electrophoresis may decrease sample resolution. Such artifacts may be avoided by running the unit in a cold room or adding 1X electrophoresis buffer “ice cubes” to keep the unit properly cooled. The suggested run parameters for the electrophoresis of RNA in
agarose gels containing formaldehyde are 60-80 volts.