Glogos II Autorad Markers Illuminator Chemiluminescent Detection Kb DNA Ladder Lambda/Hind III - Phi-X174/Hae III Marker Phi-X174/Hae III Marker Phi-X174/Hinf I Marker Restriction Enzymes Gl...read more
Glogos II Autorad Markers Illuminator Chemiluminescent Detection Kb DNA Ladder Lambda/Hind III - Phi-X174/Hae III Marker Phi-X174/Hae III Marker Phi-X174/Hinf I Marker Restriction Enzymes
Glogos II Autorad Markers
Luminescent peel-off stickers used for accurately marking and aligning autoradiographs. Easily affixed to plastic wrap or paper, these convenient markers emit low-level luminescence rather than radioactivity, making the Glogos II markers a safe, non-hazardous alternative to radioactive ink.
Luminescent peel-off stickers for marking and aligning autoradiographs
Easily affixed to plastic wrap or paper
Convenient, nonhazardous alternative to messy radioactive ink
Adaptable for long or short exposures
Illuminator Chemiluminescent Detection Kits
The Illuminator chemiluminescent detection system is designed for use with the Prime-It Fluor fluorescence labeling kit, which incorporates fluorescent nucleotides into randomly primed DNA probes. After hybridization to nucleic acid targets bound to membrane, the fluorescein-labeled probe is detected with an antifluorescein antibody conjugated to alkaline phosphatase and a dioxetane substrate for the enzyme.
Chemiluminescent detection of DNA and RNA
Sensitive detection of target DNA
Faster than radioactive approaches
Extremely low background
Avoids safety and disposal problems of radioisotopes
Kb DNA Ladder
The Kb DNA Ladder contains fragments from 1 kb to 10 kb at 1-kb increments, as well as bands at 250 bp, 500 bp, 750 bp, 1500 bp and 12 kb. The bands at the ladders upper end are brighter than those at the lower end, with the transition to higher intensity at the 2-kb band serving as a useful reference point.
Fragments are exact multiples or fractions of 1000 bp
Includes useful reference point for determining location
More economical than comparable markers
Easy radiolabeling of ladder
Known mass amount of each fragment for DNA quantitation
15 fragments ranging in size from 250 bp to 12 kb
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