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ROTIPHORESE®10x TAE Buffer, 1 l, glass, 1 x 1 l

ROTIPHORESE® 10x conc.
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Density (D) 1,018 g/cm³
Boiling point (bp) >100 °C
Storage temp. +15 to +25 °C
Transport temp. ambient temp.

Running buffer in DNA agarose gel electrophoresis.
Concentrated TAE tends to precipitate salts during storage. Mix before use!

The TAE buffer is optimally suited as a gel and running buffer system.
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The TAE buffer is optimally suited as a gel and running buffer system.


TAE buffer has a lower buffer capacity than TBE and can be used with higher voltages, longer gels and larger DNA fragments. The gels heat up during running to a lesser extent than when using the running buffer TBE. DNA migrates in TAE gel about twice as fast as in TBE buffered gels.


ROTIPHORESE®10x TAE Buffer contains 0,4 M Tris, 0,2 M acetic acid and 10 mM EDTA in distilled, deionised water; pH 8,3.

Directions for use

TAE buffer is usually used as 1x concentrated solution. TAE buffer is suitable for the separation of DNA fragments of all sizes in gels. For the run of gels for gel extraction of DNA, we recommend using ROTIPHORESE®10x TAE-Puffer light.

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0.4 M TRIS acetate., 0.01 M EDTA., distilled, deionized water., Remark: The product may crystallise. Can be redissolved by heating (max. 40 °C).