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UltraClean Low Melt Sieve Agarose from Mo Bio Laboratories, Inc.

Description: Ideally suited for resolving DNA and RNA 10-1000 bases especially PCR products ranging from 100-1000 bp. Gelling temp. (4%) 27C Melting temperature 65C. EEO: 0.10 Rnase/Dnase: none detected...
Company:Mo Bio Laboratories, Inc.

UltraClean Low Melt Agarose from Mo Bio Laboratories, Inc.

Description: Low melting point. Ideally suited for in gel enzymatic reactions. Gelling temp. 24-28C Melting temp. 65C. EEO 0.12 Resolution 0.5-20 kb; Rnase/Dnase: none detected....
Company:Mo Bio Laboratories, Inc.

Easy Clean DNA Spin Filter from Primm Labs

Description:... Easy Clean spin filters allow for the rapid isolation of DNA from high melt agarose. Simply place your DNA gel slice in the spin filter, centrifuge for 3 minutes, and the majority of your DNA is recovered. There is no need to melt agarose or use any special buffers. Spin filters can also be used for buff...
Company:Primm Labs

Varian Fluorescence Biomelt from Varian, Inc.

Description:... This BioSolution package is excellent for doing fluorescence thermal melt experiments on nucleic acids, studies involving biomolecular interactions, protein folding experiments, and more!...
Company:Varian, Inc.

PixCell IIe LCM Instrument with PixCell II Image Archiving Workstation (220 volts) from Arcturus, now part of Molecular Devices

Description:... Quickly and Conveniently LCM utilizes a low-power infrared laser to melt a special thermoplastic film over the cell(s) of interest. Especially devel...Cell IIe LCM instrument is then used to direct the laser through the cap to melt the film onto the cells of interest. When you lift the cap, the selected ce...
Company:Arcturus, now part of Molecular Devices

PixCell IIe LCM Instrument with PixCell II Image Archiving Workstation (110 volts) from Arcturus, now part of Molecular Devices

Description:...rest Quickly and Conveniently LCM utilizes a low-power infrared laser to melt a special thermoplastic film over the cell(s) of interest. Especially devel...Cell IIe LCM instrument is then used to direct the laser through the cap to melt the film onto the cells of interest. When you lift the cap, the selected ce...
Company:Arcturus, now part of Molecular Devices

DNA Engine Opticon 2 Two-Color Real-Time PCR Detection System from Bio-Rad

Description:... cycler, which includes a thermal gradient feature. This item includes the thermal cycler, 96-well sample block, optical tower, analysis software with melt curve, computer, and monitor. Complete system requires purchase of a DNA Engine chassis and an Opticon-specific 96-well Alpha unit. System dimensions ...
Company:Bio-Rad

DNA Engine Opticon Real-Time PCR Detection System from Bio-Rad

Description:...er base, which includes a thermal gradient feature. This item includes the thermal cycler, 96-well sample block, optical tower, analysis software with melt curve, computer, and monitor. System dimensions are 34 x 47 x 60 cm (W x D x H)....
Company:Bio-Rad

beta-Agarase from USB Corp.

Description:...es of 1X Beta-Agarase Reaction Buffer for approximately 20 min. *Spin briefly and remove the supernatant. *Incubate DNA/agarose at 70C for 10 min to melt the agarose. *Cool to 40C and maintain the temperature at 37C. *Add an equal volume of 1X Beta-Agarase Reaction Buffer. *Add one unit of Beta-Agara...
Company:USB Corp.

AgarACE Enzyme from Promega

Description:...ith slight modifications to the protocol, AgarACE Enzyme can also effectively hydrolyze non-LMP agaroses, although the higher temperatures required to melt them may be deleterious to the DNA or RNA. Finally, AgarACE Enzyme does not require buffer exchange in order to exhibit high agarose hydrolytic activi...
Company:Promega
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