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DynaMarker, Prestain Marker for Small RNA Plus


Cat. No.: DM253
Size: 150ul (30 loadings)
Price: USD 255.00
Supplier: Funakoshi Co. Ltd


This is available at NIH Bldg 10 store (Location: Freezer Bin# 10F, NSN#: 6550-00-L06-9020M).


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Fig 1. Electrophoresis profile of DynaMarker Prestain Marker for Small RNA Plus (5ul) on 10% polyacrylamide-7.5M urea gel/1XTBE byffer as running buffer.

DynaMarker, Prestain Marker for Small RNA Plus consists of sixe prestained single-strand (blue and red) nucleic acids (apparent molecular weights are 100, 75, 50, 40, 30, and 20 bases).

  • Suitable for monitoring denaturing polyacrylamide gel electrophoresis and blotting onto membranes
  • Ready-to-use mixture
  • Not require heat treatment or denaturing agent




DynaMarker, Prestain Marker for Small RNA


Cat. No.: DM250
Size: 150ul (30 loadings)
Price: USD 204.00
Supplier: Funakoshi Co. Ltd


This is available at NIH Bldg 10 store (Location: Freezer Bin# 10F, NSN#: 6550-00-L06-9021M).


User Manual
Product Information


Fig 1. Electrophoresis profile of DynaMarker Prestain Marker for Small RNA Plus (5ul) on 10% polyacrylamide-7.5M urea gel/1XTBE byffer as running buffer.

DynaMarker, Prestain Marker for Small RNA Plus consists of four prestained single-strand (blue and red) nucleic acids (apparent molecular weights are 50, 40, 30, and 20 bases).

  • Suitable for monitoring denaturing polyacrylamide gel electrophoresis and blotting onto membranes
  • Ready-to-use mixture
  • Not require heat treatment or denaturing agent




DynaMarker, Prestain Marker for RNA High


Cat. No.: DM260
Size: 180ul (30 loadings)
Price: USD 255.00
Supplier: Funakoshi Co. Ltd


This is available at NIH Bldg 10 store (Location: Freezer Bin# 10F, NSN#: 6550-00-L06-9023).


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Fig 1. Electrophoresis profile of DynaMarker Prestain Marker for RNA High (6ul) on 1% agarose-2.2M Formaldehyde Gel/ 1X MOPS buffer.

DynaMarker, Prestain Marker for Small RNA Plus consists of six prestained single-strand (blue and red) nucleic acids (apparent molecular weights are 200, 500, 1,000, 2,000, 4,000, and 8,000 bases).

  • Suitable for monitoring denaturing agarose gel electrophoresis and blotting onto membranes
  • Ready-to-use mixture
  • Not require heat treatment or denaturing agent




DynaMarker, Protein MultiColor Stable


Cat. No.: DM660
Size: 600ul (120 mini-gel lanes)
Price: USD 184.00
Supplier: Funakoshi Co. Ltd


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Fig 1. 5-20% Acrylamide Gradient Gel.

DynaMarker, Protein MultiColor Stable is designed to be stable at 4°C, which makes it easy to start electrophoresis since it is always in a liquid state while stored at 4°C. This consists of eight proteins, prestained red, blue, purple, green or orange, ranging in apparent molecular weight from approximately 17 kDa to 230 kDa.

  • Suitable for monitoring denaturing polyacrylamide gel electrophoresis and blotting onto membranes
  • Ready-to-use mixture
  • Not require heat treatment or denaturing agent



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