Genomic detection of DNA via PCR amplification and detection on an electrophoretic gel is a standard way that the genotype of a tissue sample is determined. Conventional preparation of tissues for PCR-ready DNA often take several hours to days, depending
Quantitative RT-PCR analysis demonstrates successful amplification of RNA templates that were stored dry in RNAstable® for 29 months at room temperature and under accelerated aging conditions equivalent to 12 years of room temperature storage.
Follow this procedure to rapidly purify single-stranded or double-stranded PCR amplification products (100 bp to 10 kb) from excess primers, nucleotides, DNA polymerase, oil and salts using the GenElute™ PCR Clean-up Kit.
Blood cards provide the convenience of archiving small volumes of blood. However, many times genomic DNA from these samples is limited, This protocol provides a simple and convenient method to extract genomic DNA from a blood card. Once the DNA
The exrract-N-Amp kit protocol provides a rapid DNA extraction method that leads to a PCR-ready sample in 15 minutes. Optimized PCR ReadyMix yields successful and clean amplification. RED loading dye allows for sample tracking.
RNAstable is a unique storage medium that preserves RNA samples at room temperature. RNAstable enables you to store RNA samples for months. Using RNAstable, you can completely recover your RNA samples by simple rehydration - just add water. Rehydrated samples
Evaluating the effects of PCR inhibitors and PCR enzyme selection using plant genomic DNA, GenElute™-E Single Spin Plant Extraction Kit, KOD-One™ PCR Master Mix and competitor high fidelity PCR master mixes.
Whole Genome Amplification: Extraction Protocol - Blood cards provide the convenience of archiving small volumes of blood. However, many times genomic DNA from these samples is limited, which may hinder the researcher’s ability to perform downstream analysis. This protocol provides
GenElute RNA/DNA/Protein Plus Purification Kit provides a rapid method for the isolation and purification of total RNA, genomic DNA and proteins sequentially from a single sample of cultured animal cells, small tissue samples, blood, bacteria, yeast, fungi or plants.