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ELECTROPHORESIS EQUIPMENT

Electrophoresis equipment makes an essential arsenal in molecular biology, genetics, and biochemical laboratories worldwide. It includes a variety of tools made to divide charged molecules—like proteins, RNA, DNA, and other bimolecular—according to their sizes, shapes, and charge properties. The analysis of proteins and nucleic acids requires the use of gel electrophoresis methods, such as agarose and polyacrylamide gel configurations. While protein electrophoresis devices are specialized in the characterization and quantification of proteins, capillary electrophoresis instruments provide high-resolution separations in complicated mixtures. These systems, equipped with power supplies, gel tanks, electrodes, buffers, and detection systems, facilitate precise molecular separation, aiding research, diagnostics, and forensic investigations with unparalleled precision and versatility.

TYPES OF ELECTROPHORESIS EQUIPMENT

Gel Electrophoresis equipment

Separates DNA, RNA, or proteins on gel-based platforms

Capillary Electrophoresis

Uses narrow tubes for high-resolution separation.

Protein Electrophoresis

Specialized for analyzing proteins based on size and charge

Automated Systems

Offers automation for efficient processing

COMPONENTS OF ELECTROPHORESIS INSTRUMENT

Power Supply

This part gives the separation process the electrical current it needs. It maintains constant and regulated molecular movement through the gel matrix by controlling voltage and current levels.

Gel Tank

The gel that is used for the molecular separation process is kept in the gel tank. It permits the application of the electric field required for migration and maintains the gel in a stable position.

Electrodes

To provide the gel with an electric charge, electrodes are essential. A positively charged anode and a negatively charged cathode are the two electrodes that are typically present. These electrodes create an electric field inside the gel when they are connected to the power source, which pushes charged molecules in the direction of the electrode that is oppositely charged.

Buffers

Buffers play a crucial role in maintaining the pH and conductivity of the electrophoresis system. They create a stable environment for the migration of molecules and help prevent changes in pH that could affect the separation process. Commonly used buffers include Tris-acetate-EDTA (TAE) and Tris-borate-EDTA (TBE) buffers.

Detection System

When the molecules are electrophoretically separated, the detecting device enables researchers to see them. UV light can be used to see proteins or nucleic acids, or fluorescent dyes can be used to stain the molecules for detection, depending on the application. Imaging equipment that measures and examines the divided bands or spots for measurement and analysis may be a part of advanced detecting systems.

APPLICATIONS OF ELECTROPHORESIS EQUIPMENT

Nucleic Acid Analysis:

  • Forensic identification and paternity tests are helped by DNA fingerprinting.
  • In research and diagnostics, PCR product analysis confirms DNA amplification.
  • Gene expression patterns and regulatory processes are better understood by RNA research.

Protein Analysis

  • Protein characterization determines protein size, charge, and structure for research and drug development.
  • Western blotting detects specific proteins in complex samples, vital for disease diagnosis and biomarker discovery.
  • Isoelectric focusing separates proteins by their isoelectric point, useful in protein purification and proteomics.

Clinical Diagnostics

  • Genetic disorder diagnosis identifies mutations causing diseases like cystic fibrosis or Huntington's.
  • Infectious disease detection reveals pathogens like bacteria or viruses in patient samples.
  • Cancer biomarker analysis aids in early diagnosis, prognosis, and treatment selection.

Forensic Science

  • DNA profiling matches crime scene DNA with suspects or databases for criminal investigations.
  • Forensic serology identifies bodily fluids, crucial for sexual assault or homicide cases.

Quality Control

  • Biopharmaceutical quality control ensures the safety and efficacy of therapeutic proteins and vaccines.
  • Food product analysis detects allergens, contaminants, and adulterants, maintaining food safety standards.

MODELS OF ELECTROPHORESIS EQUIPMENT

Cell, Giant HS

The "Cell, Giant HS, Fully Auto Electrophoresis Machine" is a user-friendly system with automated operation, making it easy to use. It's designed for handling many samples at once, ideal for labs with high throughput needs. With its sensitive detection capabilities, it can detect even small amounts of DNA, RNA, or proteins. Plus, it comes with built-in software for quick and accurate data analysis. Overall, it's a reliable and efficient tool for various research and diagnostic applications.

Cell Minilite plus

The "Cell Minilite plus Automated Electrophoresis System" is a compact and user-friendly solution for automated electrophoresis. It offers efficient sample handling with automated operation, perfect for small labs or busy environments. Its high sensitivity detection system ensures accurate results even with small sample volumes. Additionally, it comes with integrated software for easy data analysis, making it a reliable and convenient choice for molecular biology research and diagnostic laboratories.

Seleo, Picophor

Picophor is the smallest and most practical manual electrophoresis system with which it is possible to carry out electrophoretic methods such as Serum proteins, Haemoglobins, Lipoproteins, Urinary proteins. Using a handy rack for samples, it allows up to 40 samples to be distributed on 5 strips of cellulose acetate. Furthermore, through an additional 5-position rack, it is possible to perform Immunofixations. The migration takes place in an electrophoretic chamber connected to a programmable power supply.

Thermo Scientific Owl EC-200XL Gel System

The Thermo Scientific Owl EC-200XL Gel System High Current Power Supply is a powerful and reliable tool for gel electrophoresis applications. With its high current output, it enables fast and efficient separations of DNA, RNA, and proteins. The EC-200XL is designed specifically for use with the Owl EC-200XL Gel System, ensuring compatibility and optimal performance. Its user-friendly interface allows for easy control and adjustment of voltage and current settings. Ideal for laboratories conducting large-scale electrophoresis experiments, this power supply delivers consistent and accurate results.

ELECTROPHORESIS MACHINE PRICE AT HOSPITAL STORE

At Hospital Store, we take pride in offering the lowest Electrophoresis Equipment prices, catering to the needs of doctors, hospitals, laboratories and more. We are committed to providing high-quality gel electrophoresis equipment from top brands, including Bio-Rad, Mupid, Seleo, Thermo scientific, and many more. In addition, we back our offerings with a Price Match Guarantee for these trusted brands.

PRODUCT NAME

   COST

Cell, Giant HS

INR 1,764,000

Cell Minilite plus

INR 1,187,400

*Please note that prices are subject to change and may vary based on additional features and specifications.

FAQ OF ELECTROPHORESIS MACHINE

Q. What is electrophoresis, and how does it work?

Electrophoresis is a technique used to separate charged molecules in a gel or solution under the influence of an electric field. Molecules migrate through the gel based on their size, shape, and charge.

Q. What types of molecules can be separated using electrophoresis?

Electrophoresis can separate various biomolecules, including DNA, RNA, proteins, and carbohydrates.

Q. How do I choose the right electrophoresis machine for my application?

Consider factors such as the type of molecules you'll be analyzing, the desired resolution and throughput, budget constraints, and compatibility with other laboratory equipment.

Q. What are the key components of an electrophoresis machine?

Components typically include a power supply, gel tank, electrodes, buffers, and a detection system.

Q. What are the different types of electrophoresis machines available?

Common types include gel electrophoresis systems (such as agarose and polyacrylamide gels), capillary electrophoresis instruments, and protein electrophoresis systems.

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