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DNA Gel Stain

DNA Gel Staining

Illuminating DNA: The Vital Role of Gel Stains in Molecular Biology Research and Genetic Analysis.

DNA Gel Stain

DNA gel stain is a fluorescent dye used in molecular biology laboratories to visualize DNA molecules separated by gel electrophoresis. One commonly used DNA gel stain is ethidium bromide, although there are safer alternatives available now. After electrophoresis, the gel is soaked in a solution containing the stain, which intercalates with DNA, causing it to fluoresce under ultraviolet (UV) light. This fluorescence allows scientists to see the DNA bands in the gel. DNA gel stains are vital tools in DNA analysis, enabling researchers to confirm the presence, size, and quantity of DNA fragments, aiding in diverse applications such as genetic research, DNA sequencing, and molecular diagnostics. Safety precautions are crucial due to the potential hazards associated with some traditional stains.

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GCR-28Ethidium Bromide solution (10mg/ml)500 µlView More
GCR-29Ethidium Bromide solution (10mg/ml)500 µl X 5View More
GCR-211Ethidium Bromide-Blue solution (10mg /ml)500 µlView More
GCR-212Ethidium Bromide-Blue solution (10mg /ml)500 µl X 5View More
G4708Super Stain Nucleic Acid Gel Stain(20000X)400 µlView More
G4708ASuper Stain Nucleic Acid Gel Stain (20000X)400 µl X 4View More
G7193Super Stain Nucleic Acid Gel StainUltra (100000x)250 µl X 2View More

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