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  • Agarose II has a low melting and gelling temperature compared to standard agaroses.  The low melting temperature allows for the recovery of undamaged nucleic acids below the denaturation temperature.  The low gelling temperature ensures that the agarose will be in a liquid state at a…

  • Agarose IV is a linear polymer with a very high molecular weight, giving gel structures unlike those of traditional agaroses.  This characteristic produces a strong intercatenary interaction, yeilding a gel with very high gel strength and higher exclusion limit.  For improved…

  • Agarose I has low electroendosmosis (EEO) and high electrophoresis mobility.  Suitable for nucleic acid analytical and preparative electrophoresis; blotting; and protein electrophoresis (i.e. Radial Immunodiffusion).   Specifications Moisture: ≤ 7% Ash: 4% EEO: …

  • Agarose MS is a high purity, ultra high resolution small fragment analysis agarose.   Specifications Moisture: ≤ 10% Ash: ≤ 0.5% EEO (electroendosmosis): ≤ 0.1 Sulfate: ≤ 0.1% Gel Strength 1.5% (g/cm 2 ): ≥ 750 Gelling Temperature 1.5%…

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