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Yes. It is Ficoll 400. This product is graded molecular biology grade and is free of any nucleases
This product can be used in a DNA loading buffer with the following recipe to prepare a 6X stock:0.25% bromophenol blue0.25% xylene cyanol FF15% Ficoll
The difference between Ficoll 400 and Ficoll PM 400 is the PM 400 has stricter specifications on the number of microorganisms/g and the endotoxin level is < 0.125 EU/ml
Please check the product information sheet for F4375 which has a detailed protocol.
When trying to isolate mononuclear cells you can use this product but we offer Histopaque that is a mixture of Ficoll and Hypaque. For humans, we offer H8889, Histopaque®-1077 Hybri-Max™ or 1077-1, Histopaque®-1077. For rodents we offer 1083-1, Histopaque®-1083. For isolation of neutrophils, we offer 1119-1, Histopaque®-1119.
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Ficoll 400® is a highly branched polymer formed by the copolymerization of sucrose and epichlorohydrin. Ficoll 400® is completely non-ionic. Because of the abundance of hydroxyl groups, Ficoll 400® is very hydrophilic and extremely water-soluble.
An introduction to both Northern and Southern blotting, popular methods for the transfer of macromolecules to membranous support. This article also offers a Southern blot protocol and a northern blot protocol.