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DIY Bis-Tris Gels

Bitesize Bio gives some tips on how to improve your SDS-PAGE protein gels. For many reasons, including the fact that they reduce the formation of disulphide bonds and thereby prevent cross-linking, Bala says Bis-Tris gel buffers work better than the conventional SDS-PAGE gels and gives a quick protocol for how to create them.

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