Agarose IV, Highest Gel Strength



Specifications: Moisture ≤7%, Ash ≤ 0.25%, Electroendosmosis (EEO) ≤ 0.12, Sulfate ≤ 0.12%, Clarity (NTU) ≤ 4, Gel Strength 1% (g/cm²) ≥ 1800, Gel Strength 1.5% in g/cm² ≥ 3200, Gelling Temperature 3% at °C ≤ 36±1.5, Melting Temperature 3% at °C ≤ 88±1.5 DNase/ RNase Activity None Detected Gel Background Very Low Appropriate Agarose Concentrations: Gel Concentration TAE Buffer [1X] 1.8% 200-5,000bp 1% 400-10,000bp 0.8% 1,000-15,000bp 0.5% 2,000-20,000bp 0.3% 3,000-40,000bp Migration in the TBE Buffer is slower, therefore lower concentrations can be used to obtain similar separation ranges.

Agarose is a polysaccharide obtained from agar and used in molecular biology research applications, especially in gel electrophoresis. Agarose forms an inert matrix utilized in the separation techniques. Many structures easily affix to agarose, including various types of proteins. We offer different types of agarose with varying properties such as low melting, high gel strength and molecular screening.

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25 g, 100 g, 250 g

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