SMOBIO 1 Kb Plus Fluorescent DNA Ladder


  • SMOBIO FluoroBand DNA Ladder
  • 1 Kb Plus Fluorescent DNA Marker
  • DM3260 19-Band DNA Ladder
  • 100 bp to 10 Kb
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DM3260 FluoroBand™ 1 KB Plus (0.1 ~ 10 kb) Fluorescent DNA Ladder, 500ul/Vial

SMOBIO DM3260 FluoroBand™ 1 KB Plus (0.1 ~ 10 kb) Fluorescent DNA Ladder is a ready-to-use DNA ladder, which is pre-mixed with high sensitivity DNA binding fluorescent dye and loading dye for direct loading on gel.

The SMOBIO 1 Kb Fluorescent DNA Ladder DM3260 is composed of 19 individual DNA fragments: 10k, 8k, 6k, 5k, 4k, 3k, 2.5k, 2k, 1.5k, 1k, 900, 800, 700, 600, 500, 400, 300, 200, and 100 base pairs derived from a mixture of PCR products and specifically digested plasmid DNA; these bands can be visualized when illuminated with 470 nm blue light or UV light.

This DM3260 FluoroBand 1 Kb Plus DNA Ladder contains three enhanced bands (3 kb, 1.5 kb and 500 bp) for easy referencing. In addition, three tracking dyes, Xylene cyanol FF, Bromophenol blue and Orange G which mimic the migration of 4,000 bp, 500 bp and 50 bp dsDNA during electrophoresis are also added for real time monitoring. Real time observation of the electrophoresis is also possible if compatible light source is fitted to the electrophoresis tank.

Phenol extracted PCR products and dsDNA digested with specific restriction enzymes, equilibrated in 10 mM Tris-HCl (pH 8.0) and 10 mM EDTA.

100 ~ 10,000 bp

86 µg/ 500 µl

Recommended loading volume
5 µl/ well

Protected from light
Room temperature for 6 months
4°C for 12 months
-20°C for 24 months



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SMOBIO, A Taiwan Biotech company, manufactures DNA Ladders, DNA Staining Dyes, Protein markers and protein staining dyes, regular PCR and quantitative real time PCR, qPCR related products, Cloning, reverse transcriptase, precast Gel, competent cell and small equipment LED Illuminator, Electrophoresis, etc.