The Monarch DNA Gel Extraction Kit reliably purifies up to 5 µg of concentrated, high quality DNA from agarose gels. It utilizes a bind/wash/elute workflow with minimal incubation and spin times. Our unique column design eliminates buffer retention and carryover of contaminants, enabling elution in volumes as low as 6 µl and with fewer steps. Monarch Buffers have been optimized, and do not require pH monitoring. Unlike other kits, there is no need to add isopropanol to the melted agarose prior to loading on the column, saving a step. Eluted DNA is ready for use in restriction digestion, DNA sequencing, PCR, ligation, and other enzymatic manipulations.
Monarch DNA Gel Extraction Kits provide fast and reliable purification, reduced hands-on time and elution in low volumes
- What is the smallest volume of elution buffer that can be used with the Monarch DNA Cleanup Column?
- Can I use water to elute the DNA when using the Monarch Kits?
- Do you have any recommendations for purification of ssDNA?
- Can the Monarch PCR & DNA Cleanup Kit (5 μg) be used to purify RNA?
- What is the composition of each buffer provided with the Monarch PCR & DNA Cleanup Kit (5 μg)?
- What factors affect my (A260/A230)?
- Can I excise a fragment from a gel and store it for purification at a later time?
- Are the columns in the Monarch PCR & DNA Cleanup Kit (5 μg) the same as the ones in the Monarch DNA Gel Extraction Kit?
- Are Monarch spin columns compatible with Vacuum Manifolds?
- What type of agarose gels are compatible with the Monarch DNA Gel Extraction Kit?
- What size primers can be effectively removed from a PCR reaction?
- What size of DNA can be purified with the Monarch DNA Cleanup Columns?
- What is the maximum binding capacity of the Monarch DNA Cleanup Column provided with the Monarch PCR & DNA Cleanup Kit (5 μg)?
- What is the maximum binding capacity of the Monarch DNA Cleanup Column provided in the Monarch DNA Gel Extraction Kit?
- After purification, I see a faint additional band running below the expected size on a gel. What happened?
- What is a common cause of β-Agarase I reaction failure?
- What type of agarose will β-Agarase I digest?
- Can a high percentage low melt gel be digested with β-Agarase I?
- Why does a white precipitate form after the reaction using β-Agarase I?
- How can β-Agarase I be heat inactivated?
- Does the gel running buffer have an effect on the β-Agarase I reaction?
- Can ligation and other DNA manipulations be carried out on β-Agarase I treated gel slices containing DNA?
- How stable is β-Agarase I in reaction?
- What is the molecular weight of β-Agarase I?
- What is the optimal pH for β-Agarase I digestion?
- Can I use the Monarch DNA & PCR Cleanup Kit to purify oligonucleotides and other short DNA fragments?
- Oligonucleotide Cleanup Using Monarch® PCR & DNA Cleanup Kit (5 μg) Protocol (NEB #T1030)
- DNA Purification from Agarose Gels using Beta Agarase I (NEB #M0392)
- Monarch® DNA Gel Extraction Kit Protocol (NEB #T1020)
- Protocol for DNA Cleanup and Concentration Using the Monarch® PCR & DNA Cleanup Kit (5 μg) (NEB #T1030)
- Monarch Nucleic Acid Purification Brochure
- Troubleshooting Guide for DNA Cleanup and Plasmid Purification
- Back to basics: Important things to keep in mind when purifying plasmids and DNA fragments
- Six Tips for a Perfect Gel Extraction
- Elute in as little as 6 μl
- Prevent buffer retention and salt carryover with optimized column design
- Save time with fast, user-friendly protocols
- No need to monitor pH or add isopropanol
- Buffers and columns available separately
- Significantly less plastic used when compared with other kits
- Responsibly-sourced and recyclable packaging
- Binding Capacity: up to 5 μg
- DNA Size Range: ~50 bp to 25 kb
- Typical Recovery:
DNA (50 bp to 10 kb): 70–90%
DNA (11–25 kb): 50–70%
- Elution Volume: ≥ 6 μl
- Purity: A260/280 ≥ 1.8
- Protocol Time: 10 min of spin and incubation time.
- Compatible Downstream Applications: ligation, restriction digestion, labeling and other enzymatic manipulations, library construction and DNA sequencing
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