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Invitrogen™ E-Gel™ EX Agarose Gels, 1% DFS Item

Precast, fast-resolving gels with 11 wells and an openable format

Manufacturer:  Invitrogen™ LSG401001

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Catalog No. G401001



Requires : Require the E-Gel iBase™ Power System for running and the E-Gel Safe Imager™ Real-Time Transilluminator for real-time viewing of sample migration.

Description

Description

  • Contain a proprietary fluorescent nucleic acid stain (excitation: 490nm, emission: 520nm) that can be viewed with blue light, which minimizes DNA damage and allows detection down to 1ng/band of DNA
  • Complete separation (by molecular weight) in 10 minutes
  • Live monitoring of DNA migration without the hazards of UV light
  • Easy access to the gel for extraction of DNA bands or transfer to membranes for Southern blotting
  • Demonstrate over five-fold greater sensitivity than comparable gels containing ethidium bromide allows less sample use per run
  • Fast analysis of RNA samples to check on their integrity before proceeding with downstream application
  • The gel cassette is designed to open with a Gel Knife, so that the gel inside can be accessed readily for excision of specific bands or transferred to a membrane for Southern blot analysis
  • Single comb well format
  • Sample Type: Double-Stranded DNA (dsDNA), Single-Stranded RNA
  • Sample Volume; 20μL

Agarose Gel Electrophoresis, DNA and RNA Purification and Analysis, Nucleic Acid Gel Electrophoresis and Blotting

Specifications

Specifications

E-Gel EX 10-Paks contain 10 gels.
1%
11-well
Molecular Weight
Room Temperature
Double-Stranded DNA (dsDNA), Single-Stranded RNA
E-Gel™
20 µL
100 bp to 5 kb
E-Gel
10 Pack
Proprietary Stain
Preparative without dyes, Non-preparative
Single Comb
EX Agarose Gel
E-Gel™ 1 Kb Plus Express Ladder, Millennium™ RNA Markers
SDS
Documents
Product Certifications

For Research Use Only. Not for use in diagnostic procedures.