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GELase LMT Agarose Gel-Digesting Preparation from EPICENTRE Biotechnologies

ProductsGELase LMT Agarose Gel-Digesting Preparation from EPICENTRE Biotechnologies
Company EPICENTRE Biotechnologies
Item GELase LMT Agarose Gel-Digesting Preparation
Price $225.00
Description GELase™ Agarose Gel-Digesting Preparation contains a unique β-agarose digesting enzyme developed at EPICENTRE for simple, quantitative recovery of intact DNA and RNA from low melting point (LMP) agarose gels following electrophoresis in TAE, TBE, MOPS, or phosphate buffers. The gel may be digested directly in the TAE, TBE, MOPS, and phosphate electrophoresis buffers or GELase™ Buffer may be added to or exchanged with those buffers for higher activity. GELase Preparation digests the carbohydrate backbone of molten agarose, releasing small, soluble oligosaccharides. The nucleic acid can be used in the digested gel solution or precipitated using ammonium acetate/ethanol. The gel digestion products are alcohol soluble.
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