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ReadyPouch™ Agarose Gels

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ReadyPouch™ Agarose Gels are a convenient option for preparing agarose gels. They are ideal for analysis and recovery of DNA for routine applications. ReadyPouch™ Agarose Gels are packaged in a ready-to-microwave pouch that contains the right amount of agarose and buffer for a 100 mL gel. They come with an easy-to-use stain dropper. All you need to do is vent the pouch, heat in a microwave oven, add stain, and pour.

• Convenient, easy-to-use, microwave-safe pouch
• Eliminates the risk of agarose boil-overs
• Clear gel for improved visualization
• Strong gel structure for better handling and less breakage
• Improved resolution of very large and very small fragments

Product ReadyPouch™ Agarose Gels
Company Life Technologies
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Life Technologies
3175 Staley Road Grand Island, NY 14072 USA

Tel: +1.800.955.6288
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