Meron Agarose 500g is a polyacrylamide obtained from agar agar, specifically designed for various life science applications, especially in gel electrophoresis. This ultra-pure grade agarose serves as an inert matrix in separation techniques, allowing for the easy affixation of different structures, including proteins.
- Recommended for analytical and preparative electrophoresis
- Perfect for DNA, RNA, and Nucleic Acid Electrophoresis
- Enables high electrophoretic mobility of DNA due to its low EEO property
- Strong gel strength for easy handling and less breakage
Protein Gel Electrophoresis
Meron Agarose 500g is ideal for protein gel electrophoresis, allowing researchers to separate and analyze proteins based on their size and charge. Its strong gel strength ensures reliable results and easy handling.
Ouchterlony and Radial Immunodiffusion (RIO)
With Meron Agarose 500g, performing Ouchterlony and radial immunodiffusion (RIO) assays becomes effortless. The agarose provides a stable matrix for the diffusion of antigens and antibodies, facilitating the detection and quantification of specific proteins.
Routine Analysis of Nucleic Acids
For routine analysis of nucleic acids, Meron Agarose 500g is the go-to choice. Its high-quality composition ensures accurate separation and visualization of DNA and RNA fragments, making it an essential tool in molecular biology research.
Frequently Asked Questions
1. What is the gel strength of Meron Agarose 500g?
Meron Agarose 500g possesses a strong gel strength, allowing for easy handling and less breakage during electrophoresis experiments.
2. How does the low EEO property of Meron Agarose 500g benefit DNA electrophoresis?
The low EEO (Electroendosmosis) property of Meron Agarose 500g enables high electrophoretic mobility of DNA, ensuring efficient separation and analysis of nucleic acid fragments.
3. Can Meron Agarose 500g be used for RNA electrophoresis?
Absolutely! Meron Agarose 500g is recommended for both DNA and RNA electrophoresis, providing reliable results and accurate visualization of nucleic acid fragments.