StrandBrite™ Green RNA Quantifying Reagent *200X DMSO Solution*


Unit Size: 1ml
Price:
$732

Overview 

Emission (nm): 525     

Excitation (nm): 490

Detecting and quantitating small amounts of RNA is extremely important for a wide variety of molecular biology procedures such as measuring yields of in vitro transcribed RNA and measuring RNA concentrations before performing Northern blot analysis, S1 nuclease assays, RNase protection assays, cDNA library preparation, reverse transcription PCR, and differential display PCR. The most commonly used technique for measuring nucleic acid concentration is the determination of absorbance at 260 nm. The major disadvantage of the absorbance-based method is the interferences caused by proteins, free nucleotides and other UV absorbing compounds. The use of sensitive, fluorescent nucleic acid stains alleviates this interference problem. StrandBrite™ RNA quantifying reagent is an ultrasensitive fluorescent nucleic acid stain for quantitating RNA in solution. StrandBrite™ RNA quantifying reagent can detect as little as 5 ng/mL RNA with a fluorescence microplate reader or fluorometer.

Platform

Spectrpofluorometer

Excitation (nm): 490

Emission (nm): 525 

Cutoff (nm): 515  

 

References

 

Inhibitors of Streptococcus pneumoniae surface endonuclease EndA discovered by high-throughput screening using a PicoGreen fluorescence assay
Authors: Peterson EJ, Kireev D, Moon AF, Midon M, Janzen WP, Pingoud A, Pedersen LC, Singleton SF.
Journal: J Biomol Screen (2013): 247

Validation of a PicoGreen-based DNA quantification integrated in an RNA extraction method for two-dimensional and three-dimensional cell cultures
Authors: Chen Y, Sonnaert M, Roberts SJ, Luyten FP, Schrooten J.
Journal: Tissue Eng Part C Methods (2012): 444

Characterization of PicoGreen interaction with dsDNA and the origin of its fluorescence enhancement upon binding
Authors: Dragan AI, Casas-Finet JR, Bishop ES, Strouse RJ, Schenerman MA, Geddes CD.
Journal: Biophys J (2010): 3010

Comparison of SYBR Green I-, PicoGreen-, and [3H]-hypoxanthine-based assays for in vitro antimalarial screening of plants from Nigerian ethnomedicine
Authors: Abiodun OO, Gbotosho GO, Ajaiyeoba EO, Happi CT, Hofer S, Wittlin S, Sowunmi A, Brun R, Oduola AM.
Journal: Parasitol Res (2010): 933

Metal-enhanced PicoGreen fluorescence: application to fast and ultra-sensitive pg/ml DNA quantitation
Authors: Dragan AI, Bishop ES, Casas-Finet JR, Strouse RJ, Schenerman MA, Geddes CD.
Journal: J Immunol Methods (2010): 95

Quantification of dsDNA using the Hitachi F-7000 Fluorescence Spectrophotometer and PicoGreen dye
Authors: Moreno LA, Cox KL.
Journal: J Vis Exp. (2010)

Development and characterization of a novel host cell DNA assay using ultra-sensitive fluorescent nucleic acid stain "PicoGreen"
Authors: Ikeda Y, Iwakiri S, Yoshimori T.
Journal: J Pharm Biomed Anal (2009): 997

Enhanced DNA dynamics due to cationic reagents, topological states of dsDNA and high mobility group box 1 as probed by PicoGreen
Authors: Noothi SK, Kombrabail M, Kundu TK, Krishnamoorthy G, Rao BJ.
Journal: FEBS J (2009): 541

Factors affecting quantification of total DNA by UV spectroscopy and PicoGreen fluorescence
Authors: Holden MJ, Haynes RJ, Rabb SA, Satija N, Yang K, Blasic JR, Jr.
Journal: J Agric Food Chem (2009): 7221

Label-free DNA sequence detection with enhanced sensitivity and selectivity using cationic conjugated polymers and PicoGreen
Authors: Ren X, Xu QH.
Journal: Langmuir (2009): 43

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