Serum Protein by Agarose Gel Electrophoresis

About Serum Protein by Agarose Gel Electrophoresis

Serum Protein Electrophoresis is a well-established technique routinely used in clinical laboratories to detect protein abnormalities. It is used to screen and monitor disease states such as monoclonal gammopathies (Multiple Myeloma, MGUS, Waldenström disease) and indentify inflammatory disease patterns.

Key benefits

Serum proteins separate into 5 or 6 major protein fractions with gel electrophoresis:

Albumin, Alpha-1, Alpha-2, Beta, Gamma or Albumin, Alpha-1, Alpha-2, Beta-1, Beta-2, Gamma.

Clear band visualization

for qualitative and relative quantitative analysis for reliable interpretation of serum protein profiles.


HYDRASYS 2 SCAN FOCUSING system includes sample application, electrophoretic migration, staining, destaining and scanning connected to Phoresis Software for interpretation, data & result management.

High performance Agarose Gel Electrophoresis for protein separation.

using ASSIST pipetting station with HYDRASYS 2.

Main characteristics

Test Principle

Based on zone electrophoresis separation on agarose gel.

Sample Type




  • Internal sensitivity study demonstrated that a monoclonal protein can be detected in a serum at a concentration as low as 17 mg/dL.
  • According to the mobility of the monoclonal component and polyclonal background, the sensitivity may vary.
Product details
  • HYDRAGEL 7 PROTEIN(E) – P/N: 4100
  • HYDRAGEL 15 PROTEIN(E) – P/N: 4120
  • HYDRAGEL 30 PROTEIN(E) – P/N: 4140
  • HYDRAGEL 54 PROTEIN(E) – P/N: 4145
  • HYDRAGEL 7 β1-β2 – P/N: 4101
  • HYDRAGEL 15 β1-β2 – P/N: 4121
  • HYDRAGEL 30 β1-β2 – P/N: 4141
  • HYDRAGEL 54 β1-β2 – P/N: 4146

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