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ΦX174 DNA/HinfI Dephosphorylated Markers

Twenty DNA Fragments Ready for 5´ End Labeling

  • 24–726bp DNA fragment sizes
  • Convenient for applications requiring DNA or RNA size estimations (e.g., primer extension)

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ΦX174 DNA/HinfI Dephosphorylated Markers
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Conventional DNA Digest Markers are created by digesting DNA (i.e., λ DNA, ΦX174 replicative form DNA or plasmids) to completion with one or more restriction enzymes. The enzymes are heat-inactivated, and the DNA fragments are either phenol-extracted, then ethanol-precipitated or just ethanol-precipitated. The precipitated fragments are resuspended in storage buffer. These markers are not intended for quantitative analysis.

The ΦX174 DNA/HinfI Markers have 20 ethanol-precipitated DNA fragments ranging in size from 24bp to 726bp.

Storage Buffer: 10mM Tris-HCl (pH 7.5), 1mM EDTA.

Now shipping at ambient temperature. Learn more about the quality testing in the white paper.

Specifications

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Item Part # Size

ΦX174 DNA/HinfI Dephosphorylated Markers

E351B 1 × 2,500ng

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Use Restrictions

For Research Use Only. Not for Use in Diagnostic Procedures.

Storage Conditions

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