DIYbio:Notebook/Open Gel Box 2.0

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==Project Description/Abstract==
==Project Description/Abstract==
Gel electrophoresis is one of the most basic and commonly used tool for molecular biology. However, the gel electrophoresis apparatus available on the market often lack essential features that would make more pleasant for performing this daily routine. We aim to create a professional grade open and extensible electrophoresis gel box, available as design documents, unassembled, and assembled kits for researchers to obtain and improve upon.
Gel electrophoresis is one of the most basic and commonly used tool for molecular biology. However, the gel electrophoresis apparatus available on the market often lack essential features that would make more pleasant for performing this daily routine. We aim to create a professional grade open and extensible electrophoresis gel box, available as design documents, unassembled, and assembled kits for researchers to obtain and improve upon.
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== Active Members ==
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Norman Wang, Tito Jankowski, Jim Hardy, Mackenzie Cowell, Mike Katsevman
== Details ==
== Details ==
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[[DIYbio:Notebook/Open Gel Box 2.0/Materials and Costs | Materials and costs]]
[[DIYbio:Notebook/Open Gel Box 2.0/Materials and Costs | Materials and costs]]
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[[DIYbio:Notebook/Open Gel Box 2.0/Transilluminator | Transilluminator design requirements]]
[[DIYbio:Notebook/Open Gel Box 2.0/Power Supply | Power supply design requirements]]
[[DIYbio:Notebook/Open Gel Box 2.0/Power Supply | Power supply design requirements]]

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Project Description/Abstract

Gel electrophoresis is one of the most basic and commonly used tool for molecular biology. However, the gel electrophoresis apparatus available on the market often lack essential features that would make more pleasant for performing this daily routine. We aim to create a professional grade open and extensible electrophoresis gel box, available as design documents, unassembled, and assembled kits for researchers to obtain and improve upon.

Active Members

Norman Wang, Tito Jankowski, Jim Hardy, Mackenzie Cowell, Mike Katsevman

Details

Features we like from other boxes

Materials and costs

Transilluminator design requirements

Power supply design requirements

Consumables research and notes - agarose, running buffer, markers

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RFC1 (draft), read BBF RFC0 for editing guidelines


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