Genes-analysis

SmartLadder - 200 to 10000 bp

225,00
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  • Cat.Number : MW-1700-10
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The SmartLadder is a ready-to-use molecular weight marker, specially designed for easy quantification as well as size determination.

Sizing

14 regularly spaced bands from 200 to 10 000 bp. The 1000 and 10 000 bp bands have a higher intensity than the others to allow quick and easy identification.
The size of each band is an exact multiple of 100 bp.

Quantification
Using a standard loading of 5 µl, each band corresponds to an exact quantity of DNA.

Specifications

Packaging
Kits components
  • 1 tube (1 ml) of SmartLadder: 200??lanes, ready to use
Storage & stability
Form
  • In solution
Storage Conditions
  • 4 °C for 6 months. Long term storage at -20 °C.
Activity
Usage
  • Research use

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