Xylene cyanol

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'''Xylene cyanol''' (XC) is most commonly used as an [[agarose gel electrophoresis]] size marker. It runs alongside different DNA length markers depending on the % of the agarose gel. Despite its smaller molecular weight of 539g/mol it runs slower than [[bromophenol blue]] (670g/mol) because of its charge (1 net negative charge).
'''Xylene cyanol''' (XC) is most commonly used as an [[agarose gel electrophoresis]] size marker. It runs alongside different DNA length markers depending on the % of the agarose gel. Despite its smaller molecular weight of 539g/mol it runs slower than [[bromophenol blue]] (670g/mol) because of its charge (1 net negative charge).

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Xylene cyanol (XC) is most commonly used as an agarose gel electrophoresis size marker. It runs alongside different DNA length markers depending on the % of the agarose gel. Despite its smaller molecular weight of 539g/mol it runs slower than bromophenol blue (670g/mol) because of its charge (1 net negative charge).

  • 5000 bp at 0.5
  • 4000 bp at 1.5%
  • 750 bp at 2.0%
  • 200 bp at 3.0%

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  • CAS 2650-17-1

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