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Bioline HyperLadder 100bp

Bioline HyperLadder 100bp

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HyperLadder™ 100bp is a ready-to-use molecular weight marker, especially designed for easy size determination. The Bioline ready-to-use format reduces handling steps and saves time. To use, simply transfer HyperLadder 100bp from the vial to the gel.

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Easy size determination - 10 bands from 100bp-1013bp
Contains dye - for direct gel loading
Several higher intensity bands - for easy orientation
Easy storage - stable for 6 months at room temperature

 

Description

HyperLadder™ 100bp is a ready-to-use molecular weight marker, especially designed for easy size determination. The ready-to-use format reduces handling steps and saves time; simply transfer HyperLadder 100bp from the vial to the gel.

HyperLadder 100bp produces a pattern of 10 regularly spaced bands, ranging from 100 to 1013bp. The 1013bp band has the highest intensity to allow easy identification and orientation. The double-stranded ladder can be visualized on 1% to 2% agarose gels after ethidium bromide staining. Optionally HyperLadder can be used for mass determination.

A 5x sample loading buffer is supplied for your convenience. See our HyperLadder Selection Guide page for product comparisons of the complete HyperLadder range.

For the best results when using HyperLadder, we recommend using Bioline Agarose or Bioline Agarose Tablets.

This marker is composed of a restriction digest plus one or more PCR products.

 

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