Oligos Price List

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PRICES FOR MOST POPULAR SERVICES

DNA Synthesis
20 nmole
50 nmole
200 nmole
1 µmole
10 µmole
DNA Synthesis
$0.30(1)
$0.39/Base
$0.75/Base
$1.75/Base
$17.00/Base
96 Well Plate Orders(2)
$0.20(1)
$0.30/Base
$0.50/Base
$1.00/Base
N/A
Phosphorothioate DNA
N/A
N/A
$3.00/Base(2)
$5.75/Base(2)
$30.00/Base(2)
DNA Set-Up
$0.00
$0.00
$0.00
$0.00
$0.00

RNA Synthesis
20 nmole
50 nmole
200 nmole
1 µmole
10 µmole
RNA Synthesis
N/A
N/A
$9.00
$15.00/Base
$230.00/Base
2'O-Methyl RNA
N/A
N/A
$9.00/Base
$15.00/Base
$230.00/Base
RNA Set-Up
N/A
N/A
$15.00
$25.00
$400.00

Purifications
20 nmole
50 nmole
200 nmole
1 µmole
10 µmole
Gel Filtration
$0.00
$0.00
$0.00
$0.00
$0.00
RPHPLC
N/A
$30.00
$45.00
$90.00
$250.00
RPHPLC-Double
N/A
$55.00
$80.00
$150.00
$450.00
PAGE
N/A
$30.00
$125.00
$425.00
$1700.00

Modifications - 3' or 5'-End (3)
20 nmole
50 nmole
200 nmole
1 µmole
10 µmole
Biotin
N/A
$40.00
$50.00
$90.00
$450.00
Phosphate
N/A
$20.00
$25.00
$45.00
$200.00
5'-Amino C6
N/A
$20.00
$25.00
$40.00
$250.00
3'-Amino C7
N/A
$20.00
$25.00
$40.00
$250.00
Digoxigenin(4)
N/A
$200.00
$210.00
$290.00
$950.00
Thiol Modifier C6 S-S
N/A
$150.00
$180.00
$225.00
$475.00
5'-Thiol C6
N/A
$60.00
$75.00
$100.00
$300.00

Internal Modifications (3)
20 nmole
50 nmole
200 nmole
1 µmole
10 µmole
dI
N/A
N/A
$12.00
$17.50
$50.00
dU
N/A
N/A
$14.00
$17.50
$50.00
Abasic
N/A
N/A
$120.00
$160.00
$420.00
2-Aminopurine
N/A
N/A
$160.00
$200.00
$450.00
8-Oxo-dG
N/A
N/A
$200.00
$450.00

(1) Lengths of 15-50 bases; delivered in tubes or plates.

(2) Machine changes are required for mixed phosphorothioate/phosphodiester linkages, please call for pricing.

(3) Other modifications available. Click here to view a complete list of MIDLAND modifications.

(4) Price does not include the cost of the required amino group for attachment.

Please note that because of the design and function of a molecular beacon probe, it may be possible to see different states of fluorescence under different conditions. Lower temperatures tend to put the beacon probe in what is known as a “closed state” which gives off little to no fluorescence.

In order to clearly see any fluorescent label, a certain temperature may be required. It is possible to control the temperature threshold required to see this fluorescence by lowering or raising the GC content, and the length of the stem sequence. In most cases, a Midland Certified Reagent Company technician will make this decision for you, unless otherwise specified.

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