Bis-Acrylamide is the most frequently used cross-linking agent for protein separation applications in polyacrylamide gels. Bis-acrylamide powder is soluble in water.
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- Bis-Acrylamide Solution, 2% (B031)
|Microbiology Applications||Acrylamide and bis-acrylamide can be synthetically modified into new polymers and compounds with antibacterial properties.|
|Electrophoresis Applications||Bis-Acrylamide is used to create cross-links between acrylamide to generate polyacrylamide gel in electrophoresis gels. The ratio of Bis-acrylamide to acrylamide manipulates the porous characteristics of the polyacrylamide gel.|
|Impurities||DNAse, RNAse and Protease: None detected
Acrylic Acid: Not more than 0.001%
|References||Zhang A (2015) Synthesis and antimicrobial activities of acrylamide polymers containing quaternary ammonium salts on bacteria and phytopathogenic fungi. React. Funct. Polymers 88:39-46|