BioTechniques Protocol Guide 2007
Ultraviolet (UV) transillumination is a ubiquitous tool in Life Science research. With few exceptions, fluorescent stains used in post electrophoresis analysis of proteins and nucleic acids have significant excitation peaks with ultraviolet (300-365 nm) light, making midrange UV the excitation source of choice for high sensitivity analysis for many fluorophores.
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