Vivantis LE grade agarose is ideal for routine analysis of nucleic acids by gel eletrophoresis and blotting. Each gel sharply resolves DNA and provides consistent resolution from lot-to-lot. This molecular biology grade agarose has no detectable DNase or RNase activity and forms strong gels with low background upon ethidium bromide, SYBR® Green, or GelStar® staining. Due to its low EEO, DNA will have high eletrophoretic mobility. LE grade is also recommended for protein gel eletrophoresis in applications such as Ouchterlony and radial immunodiffusion (RID).
Typical Properties of Agarose
|Catalog No||Description||Pack Size|
|PC0701-100g||Agarose (Molecular Biology Grade)||100g|
|PC0701-500g||Agarose (Molecular Biology Grade)||500g|
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