In April 2018 this product was upgraded to include TriTrack DNA Loading Dye for better visualization.
Thermo Scientific™

GeneRuler 100 bp DNA Ladder

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Catalog number: SM0241
Thermo Scientific™

GeneRuler 100 bp DNA Ladder

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Catalog number: SM0241
Catalog Number
SM0241
Unit Size
50 µg
Price (USD)
62.50
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Unit Size
5 x 50 µg
Price (USD)
246.00
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SM024150 µg
62.50
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SM02425 x 50 µg
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Recommendations
Thermo Scientific GeneRuler 100 bp DNA Ladder is recommended for sizing and approximate quantification of a double-stranded DNA in the range of 100 bp to 1,000 bp on agarose or polyacrylamide gels. The DNA ladder consists of 10 DNA fragments and is provided with 6X TriTrack DNA Loading Dye.

Highlights of 100 bp DNA Ladder
Easy visualization—three-color tracking of DNA migration during electrophoresis with 6X TriTrack DNA Loading Dye (contains Xylene Cyanol FF, Bromophenol Blue, and Orange G)
Simplicity—one loading dye for a variety of samples
Sharp bands—clear results with mixtures of individual chromatography-purified DNA fragments

Product use
This double-stranded DNA ladder is compatible with 1–2 % standard and precast agarose slab gels and can be visualized after ethidium bromide or SYBR Safe staining. A uniform intensity of bands and bright reference bands allow easy sizing and orientation. A defined amount of DNA in each band enables approximate quantification of sample DNA.
For Research Use Only. Not for use in diagnostic procedures.

Specifications

Concentration
6X
Gel Type
Agarose
Quantity
50 μg
Gel Compatibility
Agarose Gels
Product Line
GeneRuler
Green Features
Sustainable packaging
Product Type Specs
DNA Ladder
Label or Dye
Xylene Cyanol FF, Bromophenol Blue, Orange G
Ready to Load
No
Size Range
100 bp to 1000 bp

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