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Cytiva (Formerly GE Healthcare Life Sciences) PhastGel™ Precast IEF Gels

Precast homogeneous gels containing Pharmalyte as carrier ampholyte to generate stable, linear pH gradients with uniform conductivity across the entire pH range and allow high field strengths for high resolution separations.

Brand:  Cytiva (Formerly GE Healthcare Life Sciences) 17-0543-01

Additional Details : CAS Number : 79-06-1 Weight : 0.03629kg


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Product Code. 10678225

  • 1627.00 SEK / Pack of 10


Estimated Shipment
28-07-2020
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Description

Description

  • PhastGel IEF gels
  • Homogeneous gels in various pH ranges for separations of proteins by isoelectric point
Specifications

Specifications

125°C
PhastGel IEF - 3-9
Containing 2 to 6% Pharmalyte as carrier Ampholyte
50 mm
82° to 86°C
pH 3 to 9
48 mm
IEF Gel
pH 3 to 9
Pharmalyte
0.45 mm
10/Pk.
Polyester
Charecterizing and Analysing Mixtures of Proteins with Smaller PI Differentials
4.6 cm
4.6 mm
71.08
4 - 8°C
5 cm
GelBond polyester film
2 to 6%
Isoelectric Focusing
Protein
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Safety and Handling

Safety and Handling

Signal Word
  • Danger

Hazard Category
  • Germ cell mutagenicity Category 1B
  • Carcinogenicity Category 1B

Hazard Statement
  • H340-May cause genetic defects.
  • H350-May cause cancer.
  • EUH208-Contains Acrylamide. May produce an allergic reaction.

Precautionary Statement
  • P281-Use personal protective equipment as required.
  • P201-Obtain special instructions before use.
  • P202-Do not handle until all safety precautions have been read and understood.
  • P281-Use personal protective equipment as required.
  • P308+P313-IF exposed or concerned: Get medical advice/attention.
  • P405-Store locked up.
  • P501b-Dispose of contents/container in accordance with local/regional/national/international regulations.

Supplemental information
  • MIXTURE LIST-Contains : Acrylamide
  • UNKNOWN ACUTE-85 per cent of the mixture consists of component(s) of unknown acute toxicity.

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