Favorgen EtBr Destroyer is a specifically designed reagent effectively degrade and destroy Ethidium Bromide and result in both non-fluorescence and non-mutagenic remain. The product also has a proven effectiveness at destroying SYBR Dye from materials after use. Favorgen EtBr Destroyer is provided in two different formats for the treatment of both solid and liquid Ethidium Bromide contaminant. The ready pack Favorgen EtBr Destroyer Bag is idea for the treatment of liquid Ethidium Bromide contaminant while Sprayer can be used for the treatment of solid contaminant waste including electrophoresis gels, glassware, paper towels, gloves, laboratory equipment, bench surface etc
Favorgen EtBr Destroyer is a laboratory reagent intended for the removal and destruction of Ethidium Bromide contamination. This effect can be monitored and confirmed by UV light exposure whereby once the EtBr has been destroyed the fluorescence will disappear.
For general protection of uncontaminated area, spray the EtBr Destroyer on the entire working area, leave for about 5 minutes, then wipe it dry with paper towel. When dealing with more seriously contaminated liquid samples the EtBr Destroyer bag is an ideal solution. Three litters of double distilled H2O containing 30mg of Ethidium Bromide can be destroyed in a matter of days using Favorgen easy-to-follow up protocol with the bag format.
Two specific designs are for different purposes : Ethidium Bromide Destroyer bags and Ethidium Bromide Destroyer Spray
Favorgen EtBr Destroyer Sprayer bottles can be refilled after use and the bags are available in both a 10 and 20 pack. In comparison to the costs associated with properly disposing of hazardous materials the EtBr Destroyer products save your money in the long run. You can even re-use your buffer after treatment! One of the big economical benefits of using this product is that after using the Favorgen EtBr Destroyer, the once-contaminated buffer can be filtrated and use again without worry.
Favorgen EtBr Destroyer has been demonstrated by Ames test to safely and effectively destroy EtBr without any mutagenic effect. The AMES test result data supports that the genotoxicity of EtBr contaminated solution, treated by both the Favorgen EtBr Destroyer Band and Sprayer was reduced significantly and a negative result was determined.