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Ethidium Bromide


Ethidium bromide is an intercalating agent commonly used as a fluorescent tag in molecular biology laboratories for techniques such as agarose gel electrophoresis. When exposed to ultraviolet light, it will fluoresce with an...
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ethidium bromide ( e′thidēəm ′brō′mīd ) ( organic chemistry ) C 21 H 20 BrN 3 Dark red crystals with a melting point of 238-240°C; used in treating
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Ethidium bromide is a large, flat basic molecule that resembles a DNA base pair. ... Ethidium bromide is commonly used in molecular biology laboratories to ...
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Ingredient CAS No Percent Hazardous -Ethidium Bromide 1239-45-8 90 - 100% Yes ... Ethidium bromide is genotoxic in a number of test systems, including Ames, cell ...
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Safety shower and eye wash should be easily accessible where ethidium bromide is used. ... Trace amounts of ethidium bromide in gels should not pose a hazard. ...
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Ethidium bromide is a ... Any ethidium bromide solutions if concentrations greater than 10 ... "GreenBags" for treating dilute solutions of ethidium bromide. ...
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Ethidium Bromide (EtBr), commonly used in research laboratories as a stain for ... nucleic acid staining, ethidium bromide fluoresces a red-orange to pink color ...
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Trace amounts of ethidium bromide in gels should not pose a hazard. ... Aqueous solutions containing <10ug/ml ethidium bromide can be released to the drain. ...
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Follow these procedures for working with ethidium bromide safely. ... Ethidium bromide (C21H20BrN3) is a potent mutagen used as a nucleic acid stain. ...
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Safety shower and eye wash should be easily accessible where ethidium bromide is used. ... Trace amounts of ethidium bromide in gels should not pose a hazard. ...
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3 Visualisation: Ethidium Bromide (EtBr) and dyes. 4 Percent agarose and resolution limits ... Latex gloves do not protect well from ethidium bromide ...
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Ethidium bromide is ... authorities either prohibit ethidium bromide discharges, or only allow it in ... is preferred because the ethidium bromide is destroyed. ...
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Ethidium bromide (EtBr) is commonly used as a non-radioactive marker for ... DISPOSAL GUIDELINES FOR ETHIDIUM BROMIDE. Waste Stream. Description. Waste ...
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When purchasing Ethidium Bromide make sure that you purchase the smallest amount ... Trace amounts of ethidium bromide in gels should not pose a hazard. ...
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Procedure Ñ Destruction of Aqueous Ethidium Bromide via Oxidation. ... 2) For each volume of ethidium bromide solution, add four volumes of a decontamination solution ...
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Ethidium bromide (EtBr), 3,8-diamino-5-ethyl-6-phenylphenanthridinium bromide, ... (i.e. Water 95%, Hypophosphorus Acid 3%, Sodium Nitrite 1%, Ethidium Bromide 1 ...
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Research Safety at ... Note: Treatment of ethidium bromide solutions with bleach is ... each 100 ml of ethidium bromide solution, add 20 ml of ...
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Containers with liquid ethidium bromide should be kept closed at all times ... Larger amounts of ethidium bromide solution will be disposed of through the bio ...
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