DNA fragments can be divided into different groups based on size using the method of gel electrophoresis. An electric current is used to draw DNA samples through a gel after they are loaded into wells (indentations) at one end of the gel. Because DNA pieces are negatively charged, they gravitate toward the positive electrode.
Small DNA fragments pass through the gel more quickly than large ones because they all have the same quantity of charge per mass. When a gel is dyed with a DNA-binding dye, the DNA fragments can be seen as bands, each of which represents a collection of identical-sized DNA fragments.
GLOBAL GEL ELECTROPHORESIS MARKET SIZE AND FORECAST
The Global Gel electrophoresis market accounted for $XX Billion in 2022 and is anticipated to reach $XX Billion by 2030, registering a CAGR of XX% from 2023 to 2030.
NEW PRODUCT LAUNCH
miniPCR bio, introduced the GELATO, an integrated DNA analysis system. GELATO enables simultaneous nucleic acid separation and visualisation in a singular, portable system by fusing gel electrophoresis with transillumination technology.
MiniPCR Bio has led the development of tools that combine analytical power with the dependability and affordability that its wide range of users expect as a producer of cutting-edge biotechnology for demanding environments.
The users requested a tool that combines the features of expert lab instruments with the usability and portability of their educational tools, and they delivered.Users of GELATO can process up to 50 nucleic acid samples at once despite its compact design and variety of casting choices.
Fast DNA separation is made possible by its integrated variable voltage power source, and it is secure for use in any environment due to its built-in blue-light transilluminator.
Along with a built-in cutting tray for direct gel excision, GELATO comes with a mobile phone-compatible documentation hood. Both business and academic users were considered when developing the system.
Although it provides the flexibility and variety of features that expert laboratory users require, the system’s user-friendly interface makes it suitable for independent use by a novice user.
Workflows in laboratories that are quicker and more effective are desperately needed. Users can obtain solutions quickly by using more compact benchtop tools, such as GELATO, and avoiding the delays brought on by conventional laboratory apparatus.
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