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x-tracta Gel Extraction Tool
A quick, clean and easy to use alternative to using a scalpel or razor blade for the extraction of DNA and RNA bands from agarose gels following gel electrophoresis.
Blocking Reagent Protocol & Troubleshooting
The easiest way to use the Blocking Reagent is with the Roche DIG Wash and Block Buffer Set, a ready-to-use set of stock solutions.
Spermine Tetrahydrochloride for Molecular Biology
This product is suitable for DNA precipitation from low salt aqueous buffers. It has been tested for the absence of proteases and nucleases.
Northern and Southern Blot Protocols & Introduction
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.
GenElute™ Gel Extraction procedure
The GenElute Gel Extraction kit is designed for the rapid purification of 50 bp to 10 kb linear DNA fragments and plasmids from standard or low-melting agarose gels.
Ethidium Bromide Removal
Removal of Ethidium Bromide from DNA by Extraction with Organic Solvents Protocol from Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory Press.
Precast Agarose Gels
These gels are suitable for separating nucleic acids, giving sharp DNA bands and low background fluorescence.
Precast Agarose Gels for RNA Electrophoresis
Precast Agarose Gels for RNA Electrophoresis are suitable for separating RNA sizes from 0.25 to 10 kb.
DNA Ligation Protocol
The cloning process requires the ligation of linear DNA into a cloning vector. This ability to join fragments of DNA through recombinant technology is essential for many basic experiments in biotechnology.