ethidium


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ho·mid·i·um bro·mide

(hō-mid'ē-ŭm brō'mīd),
A trypanocide used in veterinary medicine.
Synonym(s): ethidium

ethidium

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0% agarose gels with the DNA ladder Supermix (GeNei) stained with ethidium bromide; band sizes were determined suing Syngene Gene Tool software on the gel documentation system.
7 kb amplicon was confirmed by 1% agarose gel electrophoresis followed by ethidium bromide staining and UV transillumination.
The intercalating dye ethidium bromide, which had been used to demonstrate the concept of real-time PCR, was soon replaced with asymmetric cyanine dyes that were less inhibitory to the PCR (6).
The PCR products were analyzed on a 1% agarose gel containing ethidium bromide.
The most popular cell-impermeant nucleic stains are 7-AAD, Ethidium Bromide, Propidium Iodide and Stains-all.
ACTINOMYCIN D AND ETHIDIUM BROMIDE BOUND TO CALF THYMUS DNA.
The restriction enzyme digestion of all the PCR products, as visualized in Agarose gel electrophoresis after ethidium bromide staining.
B19 DNA were amplified by PCR using primers from VP1-VP2 common region and yielded amplicons with 372 bp on gel electrophoresis and ethidium bromide staining as described previously (19).
Three measurements were made per sample: fluorescence not due to ethidium bromide binding was estimated in cell extracts which are sonicated and placed in alkali to allow complete unwinding; a second sample not exposed to denaturing conditions was used to estimate total fluorescence; the third sample was exposed to denaturing conditions but not sonicated.
We've found that the molecule ethidium can assist short oligonucleotides in forming long polymers and can also select the structure of the base pairs that hold together two strands of DNA," he added.
To prevent this, the university researchers stain samples with an ethidium bromide monoazide dye.