Xylene Cyanol FF – 25g
- Used as a tracking dye to follow progress of electrophoresis separation
- Co-migrates with DNA molecules to around 5Kb
Xylene Cyanol FF is used as a tracking dye to monitor the progress of electrophoresis separations. The tracking dye typically migrates with the DNA molecules to around 5 Kb. Xylene Cyanol FF is the tracking dye of choice for monitoring the progress of longer electrophoresis runs.
Molecular Formula: C25H27N2O6S2Na
Molecular Weight: 538.6 g/mol
Dye Content: Min 75.0%
Solubility (1%, water): Max 10%
Em (614 nm, methanol) Min 30,000
Xylene Cyanol FF is used as a tracking dye to monitor the progress of electrophoretic separation. This tracking dye usually migrates with DNA molecules around 5 kb. Therefore, if you are monitoring the progress of longer runs, Xylene Cyanol FF is the tracking dye of choice.
NOTE: Tracking dyes may interfere with the ability to visualize the fragments that comigrate with them.