DNA Purification Magnetic Beads (25 ml)
abm’s DNA Purification Magnetic Beads are formulated to bind specifically to DNA and allow the removal of unwanted excess primers, adapter dimers, salts and enzymes from a wide variety of reactions. The beads work by binding DNA reversibly to carboxyl-coated paramagnetic particles, allowing for high recovery of DNA using a quick and simple procedure. They can be used for PCR purification, NGS library prep cleanup, or even DNA concentration. Our DNA purification magnetic beads offer added flexibility due to their ability to size-select the DNA fragments which bind simply by changing the DNA:Beads ratio. Average particle/bead size: 1 μm.
Bring to room temperature 30 minutes before use and vortex mix vigorously to thoroughly resuspend the beads. A magnetic separation rack is required (not included).
|Shelf Life||Stable for 1 year when stored at 4°C.|
Store tightly sealed at 4°C. Freezing may reduce binding efficiency of beads.
|Caution||For research use only.|
|Unit quantity||25 ml|
|Is it possible to use frozen blood sample with this kit?|
Frozen blood samples have not yet been tested with this kit, however this should not be a problem.
|What is the TE buffer used for?|
The TE buffer is optional and is included because some prefer to use TE for elution. TE buffer can be used instead of elution buffer if needed.
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