DNF-935-K0500
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Fragment Analyzer Qualitative DNA Kits

Part Number:
DNF-935-K0500
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dsDNA 935 Reagent Kit (1-1500bp), 500. Fragment Analyzer system kit for rapid genotyping and qualitative analysis of PCR amplicons, microsatellites, and SSR's from 1 to 1500 bp. Includes reagents necessary for running 500 samples.

For Research Use Only. Not for use in diagnostic procedures.
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$473.00 /1 Kit

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Specifications
Analysis Time
  • Short array 20 min
Assay Sensitivity
  • Standard
DNA Sizing Range
  • 100 - 1500 bp
Guaranteed Shelf Life
  • Minimum 4 months
Kit Type
  • Qualitative
Qualitative Range
  • 0.5 - 50 ng/µL
Sample Volume
  • 2 µL
Sizing Accuracy
  • ± 5 %
Sizing Precision
  • 2 % CV
Sizing Resolution
  • Short Array: 1bp – 100 bp ≤ 15%; 100 bp – 1500 bp ≤ 10% (33-55 Array)
Uses Per Kit
  • 500
Kit Contents
Part Number Product Description Quantity
DNF-355-0125 5x 930 dsDNA Inlet Buffer, 125mL 1
DNF-475-0050 5x Capillary Conditioning Solution, 50mL 1
DNF-495-0060 Dilution Buffer 1x TE, 60mL 1
DNF-600-U030 Intercalating Dye, 30 µL 1
DNF-930-0240 dsDNA 930 Separation Gel, 240mL 1
FA-MRK910F-0003 Markers, 1bp + 1500bp, 3.2mL 1
FS-SLR910-0001 100 bp DNA Ladder, 1 mL 1
FS-SMO15 Mineral Oil Dropper Bottle, 15mL 1
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User Manuals

Agilent DNF-935 Reagent Kit (1 – 1500 bp) Quick Guide for Fragment Analyzer Systems

This Quick Guide is intended for use with the Agilent 5200, 5300, and 5400 Fragment Analyzer systems only. The DNF-935 Reagent kit from Agilent is for the fast analysis of dsDNA fragments between 100 bp and 1,500 bp. Sizing and relative quantification between samples can be obtained using this kit. Example applications include general PCR fragment sizing and QC, and genotyping.