Agarose Gel FAQs
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Low Melting (LM) Agarose is a low melting temperature agarose with the highest resolving capacity for large DNA fragments, including PCR products.
Low melting temperature allows for the recovery of undamaged nucleic acids below denaturation temperature. Low gelling temperature ensures In-Gel applications can be performed in remelted agarose, avoiding difficult DNA extraction steps.
Low Melting Agarose is ideal for digestion by agarose enzymes, which makes it very easy to recover large DNA fragments suitable for cloning or enzymatic processing.
Low Melt Agarose, for applications requiring low gel/melt temperature.
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EEO (Electroendomosis): ≤0.10
Gel Strength (1%): ≥200 g/cm2
Gelling Temperature: 26-30°C
Melting Temperature: ≤65.5°C
DNase/RNase Activity: None Detected
Storage/Handling: Store at room temperature.
|Store at room temperature.
Protocol for the preparation of agarose gels for electrophoresis using Low Melt Agarose.
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