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DNA View

TOOLS DNA view is an innovated nucleic acid stain to replace highly toxic ethidium bromide (EtBr) for detecting nucleic acid agarose gels. It emits green fluorescence when bound to DNA and RNA. TOOLS DNA view is as sensitive as EtBr and the staining protocol is also very similar, however, compared to EtBr, which is known as a strong mutagen, TOOLS DNA view causes much fewer mutations in the Ames test. In addition, it has a negative result in mouse marrow chromophilous erythrocyte micronucleus test and mouse spermary spermatocyte chromosomal aberration test. Most importantly, it is not considered hazardous waste, can be disposed of according to standard laboratories procedures, and is stable for years.

 

 

 

No. Size Price Qty
TT-DNA01 1ml $80.00
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Features
  •  Non-carcinogenic/allergic safe dye for DNA staining.
  •  Add TOOLS DNA view into agarose gel directly.
  •  The staining sensitivity is as high as Etbr.
  •  Cost effectively (1:20000)
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Product Name
DNA View
Cat Number
TT-DNA01
Staining method
agarose gel + DNA View
Sample type
DNA
Dilution ratio
1:20000
Excitation
UV & blue light
Emission
537nm
 

 

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Q1. Can DNA View use blue light as excitation light?
A: Yes.

Q2. What is the recommended concentration and the thickness of gel?
A: 2.5ul-5ul for 100ml gel

Q3. Can DNA View only used for DNA?
A: No. It can also be used for RNA

Q4. Do you need to lower the temperature of the gel when adding DNA View?
A: No.