UV Transilluminator

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    A UV (Ultraviolet) Transilluminator is used primarily for visualizing biomolecules, such as nucleic acids (DNA and RNA) and proteins, which have been separated in agarose or polyacrylamide gels. The device emits ultraviolet light, causing fluorescent dyes or stains present in the biomolecules to glow, enabling researchers to view and document these molecules against a dark background. Uses ultraviolet bulbs or LEDs to produce UV light, most commonly at wavelengths of 254 nm, 302 nm, or 365 nm, depending on the application.


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