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Detection of Mad Cow Disease Lab, 6 Gels

Price: $99.95
Stock #: 860077

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Bovine spongiform encephalopathy (BSE), better known as mad cow disease, is a neurodegenerative, fatal condition in cattle that can devastate the beef industry. The consumption of BSE-infected beef is believed to be the cause of a similar malady in humans, known as new variant Creutzfeldt-Jakob disease.

One mode of BSE transmission throughout cattle populations is by the inclusion of infected cow or sheep parts in cattle feed, a practice that was banned in the United States in 1997. In this experiment, students examine simulated PCR products from several feed mills, to determine any possible violations of the 1997 ban.

For 6 gels, 6 lanes each.

Experiment Includes:

  • Complete Instructions
  • Ready-to-load™ Predigested DNA Samples
  • UltraSpec-Agarose™ Powder
  • Practice Gel Loading Solution
  • Electrophoresis Buffer (50x)
  • 1 ml Pipet, 100 ml Graduated Cylinder
  • Microtipped Transfer Pipets,
  • InstaStain™ Methylene Blue
  • InstaStain™ Methylene Blue Plus™
  • InstaStain™ Ethidium Bromide

Experiment Requires:

  • Electrophoresis Apparatus (#860105)
  • Mini Power Pack (#280636)
  • Thermal Cycler (#860407
  • Micropipette (#860114)
  • Micropipette Tips (#860121 or #860122)

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