General Research Topics => Molecular Biology => Topic started by: biomoles on March 24, 2009, 02:17:23 AM

Title: New Generation DNA/RNA Precast Gel Analysis
Post by: biomoles on March 24, 2009, 02:17:23 AM
Biomoles’ new generation RedTrackTM and GreenTrack™ Precast Gels use newly developed staining substances to provide superior imaging without touching the mutagen ethidium bromide or unstable SYBR green. The resulting images are remarkably sharp and clear bands; visualize as minimal as 0.5ng RNA or 1.7ng DNA; 100% uncover small fragments (10bp); and very clean background. The products are safer for the scientists and easier to handle. RedTrack Gels can be analyzed with any standard UV transilluminator or SYBR reader. GreenTrack Gels can be analyzed with SYBR reader, short wave UV transiluminator and laser based gel reader. They all work with the regular TAE or TBE buffers :) :) :)
Title: Re: New Generation DNA/RNA Precast Gel Analysis
Post by: ImmunoNYC on March 24, 2009, 08:12:09 PM
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Title: Re: New Generation DNA/RNA Precast Gel Analysis
Post by: tomalart on April 18, 2010, 03:14:23 AM
The RiboMinus for RNA-sequencing kits are available in two configurations: a universal kit for eukaryotes and a more specialised kit for plants. They are used for the enrichment of RNA for whole transcriptome analysis for ribonucleic acid sequencing or RNA-Sequencing applications. The kit enables the depletion of large ribosomal RNA, the most abundant RNA in the transcriptome, by using oligonucleotide probes containing locking nucleic acids and magnetic bead separation technology. The ability to deplete the ribosomal RNA is significant because the abundant RNAs often mask the messenger RNAs that play an influential role in gene expression, which may affect the detection of novel RNA transcripts within a cell. For example, scientists may use the RiboMinus kit to discover low abundance RNA sequences associated with human disease, as well as in agricultural systems that help determine the factors involved in drought and pest resistance.
Title: Re: New Generation DNA/RNA Precast Gel Analysis
Post by: excalibur on April 18, 2010, 11:37:04 AM
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