|Description||Gel stain is a sensitive, stable and safe staining reagent for DNA/RNA. gel stain uses the same wavelength as ethidium bromide (EB), and it is more sensitive than EB.|
|Highlights||Non-toxic: Gel stain is a specific form of oily macromolecules, which are incapable of entering cells via the cell membrane.|
High sensitivity: gel stain provides high sensitivity, which can detect a low amount of DNA even at 10-20 ng.
Exceptional stability: gel stain can be heated or microwaved.
Signal to noise ratio: Strong fluorescent signal from samples, weak from the background.
Like EB, gel stain can be used before electrophoresis gel or after electrophoresis. No destaining is needed.
No optical setting change: standard EB filter and SYBR filter can be used.
The optimal excitation is obtained with UV wavelength approximately at 300 nm.
|Storage||at 4°C in dark for one year|