Vernier Software and Technology
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Gel Electrophoresis

Gel electrophoresis is a method of separating marcomoelcules by fragment length (e.g., DNA and RNA) or by charge or size (e.g., protein) using an electric field and a gel matrix. Specific dyes and / or stains are used to mark the molecules of interest.

Gel Analysis with Logger Pro

Logger Pro provides students with a fast, easy way to document and analyze digital gel images. Using a photo taken with a ProScope HR, your own digital camera, or just by inserting a photo from a file, Logger Pro helps your students create a standard curve and calculate the number of base pairs (molecular weight) for each experimental band in just a few minutes.

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Gel Electrophoresis Analysis

Gel Imaging with the Blue Digital Bioimaging System

Our affordable Bioimaging System allows your students to illuminate gels and capture the image digitally on a computer.

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Students performing Gel Electrophoresis Analysis

Webinar: Gel Analysis with Logger Pro

For biology teachers who teach basic or advanced biology, watch our webinar on how to use Logger Pro software to document and analyze gel electrophoresis images.

Using a photo taken with a ProScope HR, your own digital camera, or just by inserting a photo from a file, Logger Pro can be used to create a standard curve and to calculate the molecular weight or number of base pairs for each experimental band in just a few minutes.

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Gel Analysis Webinar
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