Agarose MEEO ultra-quality, 10 g
CAS No. [9012-36-6]
excl. VAT. | 10 g per Pack Qty.
Art. No. 2268.1
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Our agarose ROTI®Garose is a neutral polysaccharide which is obtained in many purification steps from the cell wall of certain algae, called Rhodophyceae. ROTI®Garose forms very clear gels with all standard running buffers and will result in a sharp and clear separation of your biomolecules. Extremely pure agarose with very low interference binding to staining reagents. ROTI®Garose produces a low background and high contrast appearance after staining.
- For clear and sharp bands
- Gels with high transparency
- Low background
- Suitable for all standard running buffers and high-speed buffer systems
- Compatible with all nucleic acid staining systems
- Non-toxic in cell immobilisation assays
- Of course DNase and RNase free
Agarose MEEO ultra-quality ROTI®Garose middle electroendosmosis (EEO = 0,16–0,19)
- Suitable for separation of nucleic acids between 500 bp and 10 kb
- Gels are well-to-handle and have a strong matrix, even when using thin gels of 1–2 mm
|Use||With medium EEO. For immune, serum and antibody electrophoresis. Range 500 bp–10 kb|
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|Water content||≤7 %|
|Sulphate (SO4)||≤0,14 %|
|Gel strength (1 % gel)||≥1000 g/cm2|
|Gel strength (1,5 % gel)||≥2200 g/cm2|
|Gelling temperature (1,5 % gel)||36 ±1,5 °C|
|Melting temperature (1,5 % gel)||88 ±1,5 °C|
|Turbidity (1,5 % solution)||≤4 NTU|