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GenElute Minus EtBr Spin Column from Sigma-Aldrich

ProductsGenElute Minus EtBr Spin Column from Sigma-Aldrich
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Item GenElute Minus EtBr Spin Column
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Description The GenElute™ Minus EtBr Spin Columns provide a rapid and simple method for recovering ethidium bromide (EtBr)-free DNA (100 bp to 10 kb) from stained agarose gels or EtBr containing solutions. The DNA band is excised from an agarose gel and loaded into the spin column. Embedded within the base of the column are a series of membranes and filters that hold agarose and ethidium bromide back while allowing DNA to selectively pass through the column into a collection tube during a 10 minute centrifugation. GenElute Minus EtBr Spin Columns eliminate the need for silica-based resins, DEAE, or toxic organic solvents such as phenol and chloroform. There is no melting, electroelution, or enzymatic digestion of the agarose gel. More than 95% of the ethidium bromide is typically removed from the agarose.
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