BrightMAX™ 100 – 1,500 bp DNA Ladder
For a Precise, Accurate & Highly Stable size estimation of fragments on Agarose Gels
BrightMAX™ 100 – 1,500 bp DNA Ladder is a precise and highly stable DNA Marker suitable for sizing double-stranded DNA from from 100 bp to 1.5 kb. Ready-to-use, it contains loading dyes with one or two migration visualisation dyes.
It is composed by 11 fragments ranging from 100 – 1,500 base pairs, with 100 bp increments between bands. This DNA ladder was formulated by adding a unique DNA band, the 1,500 bp, to the 100 – 1,000 bp DNA ladder. The 500 bp fragment is at double intensity to serve as reference band. An exact amount of DNA in each band allows approximate quantification of DNA samples.Quote request
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Catalog Numbers, Sizes & Prices
|L0013-S||20 μg||34 €|
|L0014||250 μg||217 €|
Note: Prices may vary between countries, because additional cost may be applied due taxes, shipments or Custom fees.
Advantages & Features
- Ready-to-use format for a perfect visualization on agarose gel.
- Well-defined bands patterns.
- Highly Stable at Room Temperature.
- Bright and accurate.
- Tested with Ethidium bromide and Gel green.
- Risk-free: product covered by our Quality 100% Guarantee.
- Concentration: 0.1 μg/μL
Includes for 50 µg :
– 50 μg of BrightMAX™ DNA Ladder (0.1 μg/μL)
- Molecular weight standards for gel electrophoresis.
Tables, Figures & Protocols
- Agarose gel electrophoresis.
Storage, Shipping & Guarantee
- Shipped at: Ambient temperature.
- Storage: Stable at room temperature. For long term, store at -20 ºC (NON Frost-Free Freezer).
- Shelf Life: 24 months from the date of purchase, if it is properly stored.
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This product is developed, designed and sold exclusively for Research purposes and in vitro use only (RUO). The product was not tested for use in diagnostics or for drug development, nor is it suitable for administration to humans or animals. For more info, please check its Material Safety Data Sheet available in this website.
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