Agarose-Tablets, 20 unit(s), blister
CAS No. [9012-36-6]
excl. VAT. | 20 unit(s) per Pack Qty.
Art. No. HP67.6
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Agarose-Tablets ROTI®Garose 0,5 g agarose/tablet
|Application||Highly reproducible gels, or simple applications in students courses. Suitable for all standard-gels (0,5-0,25 %). For fragments ≥300 bp|
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Osmotic Liquid Migration Caused by Electric Current
In gel matrices of agarose gels, minor impurities caused by cations (sulphate ester) are frequent. When an electric field is applied they move in the direction of the cathode, generating an electroosmotic flow (EOF) of the entire aqueous medium towards the negative pole. The migration speed of the flow depends, amongst other things, on the strength of the electric field and the frictional force generated by the gel matrix. The EOF always runs in the direction of the cathode, that is opposite to the movement of the anions separated during nucleic acid electrophoresis, and slows down their migration.
In the event of an agarose with high EEO, many cations are present, which generate a strong EOF. Furthermore, the gel strength is low, causing only weak frictional force. The strong EOF can lead to a change of behaviour during the run of the negatively-charged molecules (DNA/RNA) when using the agarose MEEO or HEEO. In extreme case anions with low self-mobility can even be diverted and transported in the direction of the cathode, causing band shifting.
Roth Has the Right Agarose for Every Application:
|Standard||3810||Routine gels, student’s courses, general analyses (1-20 kb)|
|NEEO ultra quality||2267||All standard applications, qualitative and quantitative gels, screening and blotting. Range 500 bp-20 kb|
|Agarose Tablets||HP67||Highly reproducible gels, or simple applications in students courses. Suitable for all standard-gels (0,5-0,25 %). For fragments ≥300 bp|
|GTQ||6352||Genetic engineering quality, for DNA-elution of fragments ≥500 bp without melting the agarose** Tip: Use Kit Roti®-Prep Gel Extraction (Art. No. 8510.1)|
|Broad Range||T846||For the total analytical range (200 bp up to 40 kb), Pulsed-Field electrophoresis (PFGE), blotting, shift assays. Ideal when only a few agaroses are to be used in the laboratory.|
|Pulsed-Field||3771||Separation of large fragments (from 20 kb), Pulsed Field gel electrophoresis (PFGE)|
|HR PLUS||HP30||Analysis of fragments between 100 and 3000 bp|
|High Resolution||K297||Analysis of fragments between 50 and 1000 bp|
|Low Melt||6351||With low melting and gelling temperatures (MT ≤65,5 °C, GT ≤28 °C). For gel elution from melted agarose. Range 500 bp-20 kb.|
|LM / PCR||HP31||Genetic engineering quality with low melting and gelling temperatures (MT ≤65 °C, GT ≤35 °C). For DNA-elution of fragments <1500 bp from melted agarose.|
|Super LM||HP45||With extremely low melting and gelling temperatures. (MT ≤62 °C, GT ≤20 °C). For gel elution from melted agarose. Recommended for in-gel analysis, capillary electrophoresis and cell and tissue culture. For fragments ≥1000 bp.|
|MEEO Ultra quality||2268||With medium EEO. For immune, serum and antibody electrophoresis. Range 500 bp-10 kb.|
|HEEO Ultra quality||2269||With high EEO. For protein precipitation and countercurrent electrophoresis.|
|Synergel®||0184||Agarose additive for finer pore formation. Increases the separative power of the agarose. For fragments from 10 bp.|
|Water content||≤10 %|
|Sulphate (SO4)||<0,2 %|
|Gel strength (1 % gel)||≥1200 g/cm2|
|Gelling temperature||36 ± 1,5 °C|
|Melting temperature||88 ± 1,5 °C|
|DNases, RNases||none detected|