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Endotoxin Removal solution

Remove lipopolysaccharides (LPS) from plasmid DNA preparations

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Endotoxin Removal solution has been used to remove lipopolysaccharide (LPS) from Baker′s yeast RNA.

Biochem/physiol Actions

The reagent relies on the micellar properties of Triton X-114 to remove endotoxins from solution. When warmed above 20 °C, micelles aggregate into a separate phase that sequesters amphiphilic solutes, including lipopolysaccharides. The hydrophilic DNA remains in the aqueous phase.


1 volume treats 5 volumes of DNA solution (≤1mg/ml)

Storage Class Code

10 - Combustible liquids



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Not applicable

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Cell Culture FAQs: Bacterial Endotoxin Contamination

What is endotoxin? Frequently asked questions about bacterial endotoxin contamination of in vitro cell cultures. Details about how to endotoxin test using the LAL assay, common sources of laboratory endotoxin contamination and tips on how to avoid endotoxin contamination when culturing cell lines.

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