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Agarose Gel Electrophoresis
Harshit Jadav
NIPER,Ahmedabad
Why electrophoresis?
• To separate DNA
fragments from each
other
• To determine the sizes
of DNA fragments
• To determine ...
Introduction Of Agarose Gel
Electrophoresis
• Agarose gel electrophorresis is a method
to separate DNA or RNA molecules by...
Principle of electrophoresis
• powerful separation method frequently used to
analyze DNA fragments generated by restrictio...
Principle (cont.)
• separates molecules from each other on
the basis of
–size and/or
–charge and/or
–shape
• basis of sepa...
Charge
Separation
Size
Separation
Analyze
Identify
Purify
Mixture of
Charged
Molecules
Positive Molecules
Negative
Molecul...
Material required for agarose gel
electrophoresis
 Electrophoresis chamber
 Agarose gel
 Gel casting tray
 Buffer
 St...
Electrophoresis Equipment
What is Agarose ?
• A linear carbohydrate polymer extracted from
seaweed , agarobiose
• forms a porous matrix as it gels
–...
TYPES OF AGAROSE
• Standard Agarose - LE
Gels at 35-38o
C; Melts at 90-95o
C
Becomes opaque at high concentrations
• Low...
Concentrations of agarose used
% Agarose (w/v) Size Range (kb pairs)for
Optimal Separation
• 0.5 2-30
• 0.75 0.7-20
• 1.0 ...
Gel Casting Trays
• available in a variety of
sizes and composed of
UV-transparent plastic.
• The open ends of the
trays a...
Applied voltage
• ↑ voltage, ↑ rate of migration
• The higher the voltage, the more quickly the
gel runs
• But if voltage ...
Buffers
• During electrophoresis water undergoes
hydrolysis : H2O  H + OH-
• Buffers prevent the pH from changing by
reac...
Buffers (cont.)
• Another compound is added to make Tris an
effective buffer — either boric or acetic acid
• Another compo...
Staining of DNA
• To make DNA fragments visible after
electrophoresis, the DNA must be stained
• The favorite—ethidium bro...
Ethidium bromide
• The standard concentration
used in staining DNA in gels is
0.5-1ug/mL
• Ethidium bromide is a
fluoresce...
Staining of DNA (cont.)
• UV absorbance maxima at 300 and 360 nm and
emission maxima at 590 nm.
• Detection limit of bound...
A Comb
• A comb is placed in the
liquid agarose after it
has been poured
• Removing the comb
from the hardened gel
produce...
DNA ladder
• It is a solution of DNA
molecules of different length
• DNA Ladder consists of known
DNA sizes used to determ...
Sample preparation
Method For Electrophoresis
Add running buffer, load samples and markerAdd running buffer, load samples and marker
Run gel ...
• DNA is negatively charged.
+-
Power
DNA
• When placed in an electrical field, DNA will migrate toward the
positive pole...
+-
Power
DNA
How fast will the DNA migrate?
strength of the electrical field, buffer, density of agarose gel…
Size of the ...
• Within an agarose gel, linear DNA migrate
inversely proportional to the log10 of their
molecular weight.
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Agarose Gel Electrophoresis

  1. 1. Agarose Gel Electrophoresis Harshit Jadav NIPER,Ahmedabad
  2. 2. Why electrophoresis? • To separate DNA fragments from each other • To determine the sizes of DNA fragments • To determine the presence or amount of DNA • To analyze restriction digestion products
  3. 3. Introduction Of Agarose Gel Electrophoresis • Agarose gel electrophorresis is a method to separate DNA or RNA molecules by size. • This is achieved by moving negatively charged nucleic acid molecules through an agarose matrix with an electric field (electrophoresis). • Shorter molecules move faster and migrate faster than longer ones .
  4. 4. Principle of electrophoresis • powerful separation method frequently used to analyze DNA fragments generated by restriction enzymes • convenient analytical method for determining the size of DNA molecules in the range of 500 to 30,000 base pairs. • employs electromotive force to move molecules through a porous gel
  5. 5. Principle (cont.) • separates molecules from each other on the basis of –size and/or –charge and/or –shape • basis of separation depends on how the sample and gel are prepared
  6. 6. Charge Separation Size Separation Analyze Identify Purify Mixture of Charged Molecules Positive Molecules Negative Molecules
  7. 7. Material required for agarose gel electrophoresis  Electrophoresis chamber  Agarose gel  Gel casting tray  Buffer  Staining agent (dye)  A comb  DNA ladder  Sample to be separate
  8. 8. Electrophoresis Equipment
  9. 9. What is Agarose ? • A linear carbohydrate polymer extracted from seaweed , agarobiose • forms a porous matrix as it gels – shifts from random coil in solution to structure in which chains are bundled into double helices
  10. 10. TYPES OF AGAROSE • Standard Agarose - LE Gels at 35-38o C; Melts at 90-95o C Becomes opaque at high concentrations • Low Melting Agarose (NuSieve) Gels at 35o C; Melts at 65o C Often used to isolate DNA fragments from gel  Intermediate forms or combinations of LE and NuSieve can provide sturdy, translucent gels at high agarose
  11. 11. Concentrations of agarose used % Agarose (w/v) Size Range (kb pairs)for Optimal Separation • 0.5 2-30 • 0.75 0.7-20 • 1.0 0.5-10 • 1.5 0.2-3 • 2.0 0.1-2 • 3.0 (Nu-Sieve) 0.07-1.5 • 4.0 (N-S) 0.04-0.9 • 5.0 (N-S) 0.03-0.6 • 6.0 (N-S) 0.01-0.4
  12. 12. Gel Casting Trays • available in a variety of sizes and composed of UV-transparent plastic. • The open ends of the trays are closed with tape while the gel is being cast, then removed prior to electrophoresis.
  13. 13. Applied voltage • ↑ voltage, ↑ rate of migration • The higher the voltage, the more quickly the gel runs • But if voltage is too high, gel melts • The best separation will apply voltage at no more than 5V/cm of gel length.
  14. 14. Buffers • During electrophoresis water undergoes hydrolysis : H2O  H + OH- • Buffers prevent the pH from changing by reacting with the H+ or OH- products • Most common buffer used is called TRIS – [tris(hydroxymethyl)aminomethane]
  15. 15. Buffers (cont.) • Another compound is added to make Tris an effective buffer — either boric or acetic acid • Another compound is added to bind metals EDTA • The buffer is either TBE or TAE  TBE is made with Tris/Boric Acid/EDTA  TAE is made with Tris/Acetic Acid/ EDTA
  16. 16. Staining of DNA • To make DNA fragments visible after electrophoresis, the DNA must be stained • The favorite—ethidium bromide • When bound to DNA it fluoresces under ultraviolet light (reddish –orange colour) • Convenient because it can be added directly to the gel • Sensitive—detects 0.1ug of DNA
  17. 17. Ethidium bromide • The standard concentration used in staining DNA in gels is 0.5-1ug/mL • Ethidium bromide is a fluorescent dye that intercalates between bases of nucleic acids and allows very convenient detection of DNA fragments in gels. • Inserting itself between the base pairs in the double helix
  18. 18. Staining of DNA (cont.) • UV absorbance maxima at 300 and 360 nm and emission maxima at 590 nm. • Detection limit of bound DNA is 0.5-5 ng/band. • ethidium bromide is mutagenic so care must be taken while handling the dye. • Othe alternatives for ethidium bromide :  Methylene blue  Syber safe  xylene cyanol  bromphenol blue
  19. 19. A Comb • A comb is placed in the liquid agarose after it has been poured • Removing the comb from the hardened gel produces a series of wells used to load the DNA
  20. 20. DNA ladder • It is a solution of DNA molecules of different length • DNA Ladder consists of known DNA sizes used to determine the size of an unknown DNA sample. • The DNA ladder usually contains regularly spaced sized samples which when run on an agarose gel looks like a "ladder".
  21. 21. Sample preparation
  22. 22. Method For Electrophoresis Add running buffer, load samples and markerAdd running buffer, load samples and marker Run gel at constant voltage until band separation occursRun gel at constant voltage until band separation occurs Pour into casting tray with comb and allow to solidifyPour into casting tray with comb and allow to solidify View DNA on UV light box and show resultsView DNA on UV light box and show results Prepare agarose gel Melt, cool and add Ethidium Bromide. Mix thoroughly. Prepare agarose gel Melt, cool and add Ethidium Bromide. Mix thoroughly.
  23. 23. • DNA is negatively charged. +- Power DNA • When placed in an electrical field, DNA will migrate toward the positive pole (anode). H  O2  • An agarose gel is used to slow the movement of DNA and separate by size.
  24. 24. +- Power DNA How fast will the DNA migrate? strength of the electrical field, buffer, density of agarose gel… Size of the DNA! *Small DNA move faster than large DNA …gel electrophoresis separates DNA according to size small large
  25. 25. • Within an agarose gel, linear DNA migrate inversely proportional to the log10 of their molecular weight.

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