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SYBR Green II RNA gel stain*10,000X concentrate in DMSO**special packaging* from Molecular Probes (Invitrogen)

ProductsSYBR Green II RNA gel stain*10,000X concentrate in DMSO**special packaging* from Molecular Probes (Invitrogen)
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Item SYBR Green II RNA gel stain*10,000X concentrate in DMSO**special packaging*
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Description SYBR Green II RNA gel stain is a sensitive nucleic acid gel stain that has bright fluorescence when bound to RNA and low background in gels, making it ideal for use with either formaldehyde/agarose or polyacrylamide gels using laser scanners or standard UV transilluminators. A 500 µL unit size (S-7564) and 1mL unit size (S-7568) are available.
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