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|Gel Strength||Greater Than 800 gm/cm2 at 1.5% strength|
|Gelling Temperature||35 - 40 deg C|
|Moisture||Less Than 10%|
|Sulphate Ash||Less Than 0.75%|
|Sulphate||Less Than 0.2%|
|EEO||0.09 to 0.12|
|Appearance||White colored free flowing powder|
Agarose is a polysaccharide extracted from red seaweed and is used for a variety of life science applications like gel electrophoresis. Agarose forms an inert matrix utilized in separation techniques. Many structures easily affix to agarose including various types of proteins. Agarose is one of the two principal components of agar, and is purified from agar by removing agar's other component, agaropectin. Agarose is available as a white powder which dissolves in near-boiling water, and forms a gel when it cools. We make Agarose that is ultra pure grade and is used for analytical and preparative electrophoresis. It is also recommended for DNA, RNA Recoveries, Nucleic Acid Electrophoresis, Protein Electrophoresis, etc.Applications:
- Agarose gel electrophoresis is the routine method for resolving DNA in the laboratory.
- Gels made from purified agarose have a relatively large pore size, making them useful for separation of large molecules, such as proteins and protein complexes.
- Agarose gel matrix is often used for protein purification.
- Agarose is also used in culture media and Agarose plates may sometimes be used instead of agar for culturing organisms as agar may contain impurities that can affect the growth of the organisms.
Agarose Medium Eeo:
Absorption on 1.5% Solution at 50°C
|Appearance||White coloured free flowing powder|
|Gel Strength||> 750 gm/cm² at 1.5% strength|
|Gelling Temp||35 - 40°C|
|Sulphate Ash||< 1%|
|EEO||0.13 to 0.18|
|430 mm||< 0.1|
|525 mm||< 0.05|
|625 mm||< 0.03|