ROTI®-Mark ALL BLUE, 250 µl, 1 x 250 μl
Storage temp. -20 °C
Transport temp. ambient temp.
Number of protein bands: 12
Number of lanes/ml: approx. 200 (mini gel)
For direct application to the gel.
excl. VAT. | 250 µl per Pack Qty.
Art. No. 2242.1
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Perfect separation behaviour in the gel. Protein markers from Carl ROTH are acylated and pre-reduced, for optimal running behaviour in the gel. For each batch, intensity of bands is optimised and electrophoretically tested. All protein markers are offered as ready-to-use solutions which may be applied directly to the gel.
ROTI®-Mark ALL BLUE ready-to-use, pre-dyed
ROTI®Mark ALL BLUE is a marker with 12 blue prestained proteins covering a range from 10 to 240 kDa in Tris-Glycine buffer. For better orientation in the gel the 25 kDa and the 75 kDa fragment are enhanced in their mass.
ROTI®Mark ALL BLUE is an ideal size marker for controlling the gel run during SDS-PAGE and for reliable evaluation of transfer efficiency during Western Blot.
Fig.: 15 % SDS-PAGE (Tris-Glycine)
|Number of protein bands||12|
|Amount of traces||~200/ml|
|Size range||10-240 kDa|
|Detection in western blot||no detection|
|Reinforced bands at||25 kD, 72 kD|
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|Order No.||Pack Qty.||Pack.||Packaging||Price||Quantity|
|2242.1||250 µl||plastic||1 x 250 μl||€91.50||
|2242.2||500 µl||plastic||2 × 250 μl||€162.90||
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