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AccuBlue® High Sensitivity dsDNA Quantitation Kit with DNA Standards

AccuBlue® High Sensitivity is a non-mutagenic fluorescent dsDNA quantitation assay for fluorescence microplate reader. The kit offers sensitive and selective detection of purified dsDNA samples with excellent linearity.

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500/530 nm (with DNA)

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Product Description

AccuBlue® High Sensitivity dsDNA Quantitation Assay is a safer fluorescent dsDNA quantitation assay for microplate reader. The assay uses non-toxic, non-mutagenic EvaGreen® dye (download the EvaGreen Safety Report for more information). Featuring our unique AccuBlue® High Sensitivity Enhancer, the assay provides highly sensitive and selective detection of purified dsDNA samples with excellent linearity. The kits include calf thymus dsDNA standards, and provide sufficient reagents to perform 200 assays (trial size) or 1000 assays (regular size) based on a 96-well microplate format. AccuBlue® High Sensitivity solution components also are available without standards (catalog no. 31008), for customers who wish to use their own DNA standards.

The assay is compatible with microplate readers, spectrofluorometers and hand-held minifluorometers. Note that while the assay is spectrally compatible with Qubit® fluorometers from Thermo Fisher, it may not be compatible with the high sensitivity dsDNA program on all Qubit® models (see our DNA Quantitation FAQs for more information). For the Qubit® we recommend our AccuGreen™ High Sensitivity Kit (catalog no. 31066), which was specially formulated for that instrument.

Features

  • Linear detection range from 0.2 – 100 ng
  • Non-toxic, non-mutagenic EvaGreen® dye – safer than PicoGreen® or Quant-iT® kits
  • AccuBlue® High Sensitivity Enhancer provides high sensitivity and excellent linearity

Kit Components

200 Assays (Trial Size)

  • AccuBlue® High Sensitivity dsDNA Quantitation Solution, 1X
  • AccuBlue® High Sensitivity Enhancer, 100X
  • AccuBlue® dsDNA Standard, 10 ng/uL

1000 Assays

  • AccuBlue® High Sensitivity dsDNA Quantitation Solution, 1X
  • AccuBlue® High Sensitivity Enhancer, 100X
  • AccuBlue® dsDNA Standards, set of 8

 

All DNA Quantitation Kits

dsDNA Quantitation KitLinear detection range
(dsDNA in assay)
Ex/Em (nm)Suggested InstrumentFeatures
AccuGreen™ High Sensitivity0.1-100 ng502/523Qubit® fluorometerCompare to the Qubit® dsDNA HS assay from Thermo Fisher
AccuGreen™ Broad Range2-1000 ng500/530Qubit® fluorometerCompare to the Qubit® dsDNA BR assay from Thermo Fisher
Non-toxic & non-mutagentic DNA quantitation dye
AccuBlue® NextGen1 pg-3 ng*468/507Fluorescent Plate ReaderMost sensitive assay available for quantitation of precious or dilute samples
Optimal for sensitive applications such as NGS or digital PCR
* Limit of detection in the range of 1 pg to 5 pg depending on instrument sensitivity
AccuClear® Ultra High Sensitivity30 pg-250 ng468/507Fluorescent Plate ReaderVersatile kit with high sensitivity and wide linear range
AccuBlue® High Sensitivity0.2-100 ng485/530Fluorescent Plate ReaderNon-toxic & non-mutagentic DNA quantitation dye
AccuBlue® Broad Range2-2000 ng350/460Fluorescent Plate ReaderBroad linear range with blue fluorescence

AccuBlue and AccuClear are registered trademarks of Biotium, Inc. AccuBlue, AccuClear and AccuGreen technologies are covered by granted U.S. and international patents. Qubit and Quant-iT are registered trademarks of Thermo Fisher Scientific.

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