ADS™ Fragment Size Standards
ADS Fragment Size Standards contain ADS 500-Orange and 500-Red Fragment Size Standards, which are high performance alternatives to Applied Biosystems® 500 LIZ and 500 ROX Size Standard, respectively.
- High-quality internal size standards for precisely determining DNA size and abundance in various fragment analysis applications such as mutations detection, genotyping and DNA profiling.
- Both standard ladders provide 16 discrete bands ranging from 35 bp to 500 bp: 35, 50, 75, 100, 139, 150, 160, 200, 250, 300, 340, 350, 400, 450, 490, and 500 bp.
- Ready-to-use in various fluorescence-detection instruments such as Applied Biosystems® 3100, 3130/3130xl and 3730/3730xl Genetic Analyzers.
Kit components Each product kit contains two tubes of 200 µl standard and can be used for at least 800 reactions.
“Your 500 Orange was very good! Also, we used your regeneration kit and it seemed to work well too. We are in the process of transferring some testing that needs 500 orange. Once we complete the transfer. I will place another order from you.”
—Technical expert from an international Company
“ I finally had a chance to test the ADS 500-Orange this week, and the results are excellent! The fragment sizing is virtually identical to that of ROX 500, and comparable to that of liz-600.”
—Research Scientist from a US Company
ADS Fragment Size Standards provide high-quality internal lane ladders from different fragment analysis applications. Here we compare the performance of our products with Applied Biosystems® GeneScan size standards. Left panel below: ADS 500-Orange Fragment Size Standard (top) and GeneScan 500 LIZ Internal Lane Standard (bottom) resolved on an Applied Biosystems® 3100 Genetic Analyzer. Right panel below: ADS 500-Red Fragment Size Standard (top) and GeneScan 500 ROX Internal Lane Standard (bottom) resolved on an Applied Biosystems® 3100 Genetic Analyzer.
ADS™ 500-Red Fragment Size Standard
ADS™ 500-Orange Fragment Size Standard
Note: The products are for research use only, not for diagnostic procedures.