Sodium acetate buffer solution

BioXtra, pH 7.0±0.05 (25 °C), for molecular biology, 3 M, non-sterile; 0.2 μm filtered

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for molecular biology


non-sterile; 0.2 μm filtered

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3 M


7.0±0.05 (25 °C)


suitable for DNA precipitation

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Sigma′s Sodium Acetate Buffer is a 3M solution prepared with 18 megaohm water and filter-sterilized.


Sodium acetate buffer solution has been used for the precipitation of DNA. It has also been used as a component of supporting electrolyte for electrochemical sensor.
Sodium acetate buffer solution is suitable for elution of proteins and for use in general molecular biology applications.


NONH for all modes of transport

WGK Germany


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