Improving Separation During Electrophoresis
SeparateIT gels represent a novel gel matrix for DNA electrophoresis. Gel polymers are arranged in a conceptually different way, in accordance with a new theoretical model of gel electrophoresis. SeparateIT gels selectively retard the migration of large molecules, so that DNA bands remain sharp but are more spread out relative to each other. Thanks to this increased spacing, resolving power of SeparateIT gels is at least twice higher compared to resolving power of any other gels, including polyacrylamide gels.