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  • CAS No.: 34725-61-6 Synonyms: 3′,3′′,5′,5′′-Tetrabromophenolsulfophthalein sodium salt Formula: C19H9Br4NaO5S Formula Weight: 691.94 Linear Formula: C19H9Br4NaO5S …

  • MDL: MFCD00675058 Form: Liquid Notes No Bromophenol blue. Contains 0.25% xylene cyanol FF and 30% glycerol. GHS Hazard and Precautionary Statements Hazard Statements: H319 Causes serious eye irritation. Precautionary Statements: …

  • Synonyms: 5',5''-Dibromophenolsulfonephthalein Purity Limit: ≥ 95% (Dye content) CAS No.: 2800-80-8 Molecular Formula: C19H12Br2O5S Molecular Weight: 512.17 MDL No.: MFCD00023014 Appearance: Red powder Storage Temperature: Store at RT

  • Synonyms: 3',3'',5',5''-Tetrabromophenolsulfonephthalein sodium salt Grade: ACS reagent Purity Limit: Dye content 90% CAS No.: 34725-61-6 Molecular Formula: C19H9Br4O5SNa Molecular Weight: 691.94 MDL No.: MFCD00013793 Appearance: Orange powder Comments: Indicator Storage…

  • Bromophenol Blue

    IBI Scientific

    Bromophenol Blue is used as a tracking dye to monitor the progress of electrophoresis separations. Bromophenol Blue usually comigrates with DNA molecules around 0.5kb. Therefore, bromophenol blue provides an index of the mobility of the fastest fragments and is valuable in determining the length of…

  • Bromophenol Blue

    Bio Basic Inc.

  • Bromophenol Blue

    Cayman Chemical

    Commonly used as a pH indicator, a color marker in agarose or polyacrylamide gel electrophoresis, and a dye to detect proteins and nucleic acids (absorbance at 610 nm), particularly when staining living tissues.

  • Bromophenol Blue

    RPI (Research Products International)

  • Bromophenol Blue

    Electron Microscopy Sciences

    (3',3",5 '5"-Tetrabromophenol-sulfonthalein) Formula: C19H10O5SBr4   Formula Weight: 669.97   CAS #: 115-39-9

  • …ready-to-use solution to prepare samples for DNA electrophoresis. DNA Loading Buffer Blue is premixed with bromophenol blue. Product Highlights Ready-to-use - no need to add dye Dye visible in gel - allow users to monitor DNA migration Guaranteed batch-to-batch reproducibility…

  • PlusOne Bromophenol Blue

    Cytiva (formerly GE Healthcare Life Sciences)

    PlusOne Bromophenol Blue is an electrophoresis tracking dye used in IEF, PAGE and Sequencing. PlusOne Bromophenol Blue is an electrophoresis tracking dye used in IEF, PAGE and Sequencing.

  • Bromophenol Blue, ACS

    MP Biomedicals

    Bromophenol blue migrates at approximately the same rate as 300-500bp DNA in agarose gel and at the buffer front in protein polyacrylamide gels. Applications Bromophenol blue is a tracking dye for alkaline and neutral buffer systems. It is used as a tracking dye in DNA, RNA (agarose) and…

  • Features Synonym: Bromphenol Blue Sultone Form CAS #: 115-39-9 Chemical formula: C19H10Br4O5S Molecular weight: 669.96

  • Agarose Gel Loading Dye

    RPI (Research Products International)

    6X Concentrated gel loading dye for molecular biology applications. Formulation: Bromophenol Blue: 0.25% Xylene Cyanol FF: 0.25% Glycerol: 40% in sterile water

  • 6X Loading Dye

    IBI Scientific

    …The 6X Loading Dye contains three (3) tracking dyes that make estimating sample migration easy and reliable. Dye #1 - Light blue dye is slightly slower than Xylene Cyanol, migrating at around 4 base pairs in a 1% agarose gel Dye #2 - Indigo dye migrates similar to Bromophenol Blue, at around…

  • This dye is used as a loading dye for DNA/RNA samples and DNA markers in agarose gels. It contains Bromophenol Blue and Xylene cyanol as tracking dye during electrophoresis. The EDTA is included in the solution to protect sample from nuclease degradation. Ficoll 15% Dye A approx 4,000 bp in…

  • Glow Dyes™

    G-Biosciences

    …Univerasl Loading Dyes The following table highlights the different dyes and SDS present in the loading dyes, in addition, the Glow Dyes™ are also available without ethidium bromide (Universal Dyes). DNA Glow Dyes™ [6X] Cat. # Description Bromophenol Blue …

  • This dye is used as a loading dye for DNA/RNA samples and DNA markers in agarose gels. It contains Bromophenol Blue and Xylene cyanol as tracking dye during electrophoresis. The EDTA is included in the solution to protect sample from nuclease degradation. Glycerol 60% Tris-HCl (pH 7.6) 10 mM…

  • 10X DNA Loading Buffer

    Omega Bio-tek

    …Buffer is used to facilitate the loading of DNA markers and samples into the wells of horizontal/vertical agarose or polyacrylamide gels. Two dyes (bromophenol blue & xylene cyanol) are incorporated in this buffer for simple visual tracking of DNA migration during electrophoretic progress.

  • …standard Laemmli loading buffers for protein electrophoresis These ready-to-use Laemmli loading buffers contain Bromophenol blue to enable visualization of the dye front and monitoring of the progress of electrophoresis. Choose from reducing or non-reducing buffers, each supplied as…

  • …with an inert red dye. This dye enables quick visual confirmation of enzyme addition and reaction mixing. An aliquot of the samples (5-10 mul) can then be loaded directly onto an agarose gel for electrophoresis following PCR. The red dye migrates slightly faster than bromophenol blue at about the…

  • …onto an agarose gel following PCR. The red dye migrates slightly faster than bromophenol blue at the same rate as a 125 base pair fragment.The PCR product can be easily separated from the dye by standard purification methods. The inert red dye has does not effect automated sequencing, restriction…

  • …onto an agarose gel following PCR. The red dye migrates slightly faster than bromophenol blue at the same rate as a 125 base pair fragment.The PCR product can be easily separated from the dye by standard purification methods. The inert red dye has does not effect automated sequencing, restriction…

  • …detergent denatures the proteins and subunits and gives each an overall negative charge so that each will separate based on size. The bromophenol blue serves as a dye front that runs ahead of the proteins and also serves to make it easier to see the sample during loading. The glycerol increases the…

  • 1 Kb DNA Ladders

    IBI Scientific

    …electrophoresis results. The IBI 1Kb DNA ladder comes pre-mixed with a 6X loading dye consisting of bromophenol blue and xylene cyanol FF. No diluting necessary and an extra tube of 6X loading dye is also included with C852A61. Product ships on blue ice and can be stored at 25°C…

  • …loading to an agarose gel. The dye migrates slightly faster than bromophenol blue at approximately the same rate as a 125 base pair fragment.The inert red dye does not effect automated or manual sequencing, restriction digestions or other downstream applications. The dye can easily removed by any…

  • …loading to an agarose gel. The dye migrates slightly faster than bromophenol blue at approximately the same rate as a 125 base pair fragment.The inert red dye does not effect automated or manual sequencing, restriction digestions or other downstream applications. The dye can easily removed by any…

  • …degradation during sample heating prior to SDS-PAGE as well as during the electrophoresis run. The loading buffer contains two tracking dyes: blue (bromophenol blue) for tracking the progress of electrophoresis and pink (pyronin Y) for monitoring of protein transfer to the membrane during Western…

  • Xylene Cyanol

    G-Biosciences

    …and polyacrylamide gel electrophoresis. Bromophenol blue and orange G can also be used for this purpose. In 1% agarose gels, Xylene cyanol typically migrates at about the same rate as a 4000 base pair DNA fragment. Xylene cyanol or tracking dye on a 6% polacrylamide gel migrates at the…

  • Premixed and ready-to-load gel dyes Glow Loading Dyes generate intense DNA/RNA bands with little background or band distortion and can be used with any type of agarose or acrylamide gels BromoBlue dye contains bromophenol blue in a Ficoll-based solution (6X concentration)

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