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agarose

[′ag·ə‚rōs]
(biochemistry)
The gelling component of agar; possesses a double-helical structure which forms a three-dimensional framework capable of holding water molecules in the interstices.
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The reduction in amplicon contamination risk alone is sufficient to make real-time PCR a wise choice for clinical settings, and real-time versions of assays have replaced agarose gel resolved assays in the large majority of cases where amplicon detection (as opposed to amplicon size) is the basis of the assay.
The gDNA extracted from human blood by alkali lysis method, as visualized in Agarose gel electrophoresis after Ethidium bromide staining is shown in Fig.
The fracture process in agarose was examined by observing the crack growth behavior in a separate SENT test.
1994, "An agarose gel electrophoretic method for analysis of hyaluronan molecular weight distribution," Anal.
With the use of positive and negative controls, we demonstrated the presence of H3K9me1-specific signals, which were validated by the amplification curves, the specific melting peaks at approximately 84[degrees]C, and the presence of the 115-bp fragment on agarose gels.
UpFront's adsorbents, like Amersham's, are made of agarose with a glass or stainless steel center, a combination that allows for quick equilibrium.
The UltraClean 15 Kit employs a rapid protocol - 15 minutes from agarose gels and 10 minutes from reaction solutions.
The whole cycle of investigations concerning algal polysaccharides was introduced by elucidation of promising seaweed species containing a nearly neutral galactan fraction close to agarose (Fig.
Various techniques, including agarose gel electrophoresis or DNA hybridization with calorimetric or chemiluminescent detection, can detect the PCR products.
Step three was to run an agarose gel electrophoresis.
The hypocotyl showed more DNA agarose bands than hypocotyl groups under drought stress.