NEW YORK (GenomeWeb) — Sage Science has developed a new gel electrophoresis system, called SageELF, that automates the separation and preparation of DNA and proteins of different sizes.

The SageELF, short for Sage Electrophoretic Lateral Fractionator, promises to save time and labor for next-gen sequencing users who want to prepare DNA or RNA-seq libraries with different insert sizes from the same sample. Proteomics researchers can prepare protein samples for mass spectrometry without the need for lengthy in-gel digestion.

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