Helixyte™ Green dsDNA Quantifying Reagent *200X DMSO Solution*


Unit Size: 1ml
Price:
$732

Overview 

 

Molecular weight: 661.17

Emission (nm): 525     

Excitation (nm): 490

Helixyte™ Green is an excellent nucleic acid sensor that exhibits large fluorescence enhancement upon binding to dsDNA. It has the same spectral properties to those of PicoGreen®, thus a great replacement to PicoGreen® (PicoGreen® is the trademark of Invitrogen). It is one of the most sensitive stains available for quantifying DNA in solutions. Using the Helixyte™™ Green, you can selectively detect as little as 25 pg/ml of dsDNA in the presence of ssDNA, RNA, and free nucleotides. The assay is linear over three orders of magnitude and has little sequence dependence, allowing you to accurately measure DNA from many sources, including genomic DNA, viral DNA, miniprep DNA, or PCR amplification products.

Platform

Fluorescence Microplate Reader

Excitation (nm): 490

Emission (nm): 525 

Cutoff (nm): 515  

Recommended Plate: Solid Black

 

References

 

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