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ElectroPrep®

For rapid dialysis of all biological molecules


The ElectroPrep® system from Harvard Apparatus is an extremely versatile patented sample preparation technology based on the principles of electrophoresis and dialysis.


This ElectroPrep® system is ideal for the rapid purification of proteins, nucleic acids, carbohydrates and other biological molecules.


With a runtime of 5 to 10 minutes, the ElectroPrep® provides speed and convenience, even at the very low 5 to 10mA currents used with this system.


The sample chambers are made of Teflon, a completely inert material especially suited to high sample recovery.


Membranes with molecular weight cut off points (MWCOs), ranging from 100 to 300,000 Daltons, may be used in combination with different Dialysis and Link Chambers for selective elution, filtration, dialysis, fractionation and concentration of complex samples, while Union chambers enable different Dialysis Chambers to be joined together to increase sample volume.

DOCUMENTS


FEATURES

  • Complete System - EP-74-1101
    ElectroPrep® Tank, including 4mm shrouded power connectors
  • Unit Dimensions (W x L x H): 12.5 x 25 x 14cm
  • Buffer Volume: 1500ml
  • Applications:
    Electroelution from gels and solutions; Electrodialysis; On-line electrodialysis; Electroconcentration; Selective electrofiltration; Size-fractionation of DNA and proteins from complex lysates; Primer removal following PCR® amplification; Salt removal from DNA mini-preps; Detergent & Dye Terminator removal
  • Recommended Power Supplies: Consort EV243

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