Water, Molecular Biology

ItemSizeList PriceQty
351-029-101 500 mL $20.52
351-029-101CS Case 10 X 500 mL $202.59
351-029-131 1000 mL $30.55
351-029-131CS Case 10 X 1000 mL $289.65
351-029-151 10 L $220.31
351-029-161 20 L $394.77
351-029-491 4 L $132.82
351-029-721 Pack 4 X 100 mL $114.10
351-029-721EA 100 mL $29.36

Description

Molecular Biology Water is prepared by reverse osmosis, passed through fine carbon, deionized through two resin beds, and serially filtered through 0.1 µm positively charged membranes, to yield a product with an endotoxin level of less than 0.03 EU/mL.

  • DNase, RNase and protease tested
  • Endotoxin and mycoplasma tested

Applications

Molecular Biology Water is ideal for the preparation of reagents, rinsing glassware and plasticware, and other molecular biology applications where RNase, DNase, and Protease-free water is required.

No toxic agents, including DEPC, are used in the preparation of Molecular Biology Water, eliminating possible interferences with enzymatic reactions. Molecular Biology Water is negative for RNase (sensitivity to femtomoles) and is negative for non-specific Endonuclease, Exonuclease and Protease activity.

Molecular Biology Water is useful in: reconstituting nucleic acids and/or proteins, RNA applications (i.e. Preparation of an RNA probe), DNA applications (i.e. Subcloning in pUC plasmids), and protein applications (i.e. Western Blotting). Molecular Biology Water can also be used as a diluent or solvent for any molecular biology grade biochemical.

 

Storage Condition: 15°C to 30°C

Shipping Condition: ambient temperature

Sterile Filtered & Deionized

Endotoxin (<0.03 EU/mL) and Mycoplasma Tested

DNase, RNase, and Protease Tested

Product and/or packaging contains recycled/renewable content Product and/or packaging is recyclable or reduces waste Product and/or packaging is safer to human and environmental health

UNSPSC: 41116134

Harmonization Code: 3822.00.5090

ECCN: EAR99

Max Shelf Life: 36 months

 

Additional information

Product Manufacturer

Quality Biological