DNA Stain G by Serva

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A non-carcinogenic DNA stain, ethidium bromide alternative


SERVA DNA Stain G is a safe alternative to traditional ethidium bromide DNA stain for detecting nucleic acid in agarose gels. It is at least as sensitive as ethidium bromide and can be used in exactly the same way in agarose gel electrophoresis. SERVA DNA Stain G can be added to the gel solution, working dilution is 1:20.000 to 1:50.000.
SERVA DNA Stain G emits green fluorescence when bound to DNA or RNA. It has one fluorescence exication maximum at ca. 300 nm and another at ca. 450 nm when bound to nucleic acid. 


The safety of SERVA DNA Stain G has been controlled with four tests:

a. Ames test

b. Comparison of SERVA DNA Stain G and Ethidium bromide by the Ames test

c. Mouse bone marrow micronucleus test

d. Chromosome Aberration Test


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HS: 38220000
Storage Temperature: +15 °C to +30 °C