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Diffinity RapidTip®

for PCR Purification

PCR clean up tip, PCR purification tip, PCR reaction clean-up tip
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Diffinity RapidTip® for PCR Purification



Diffinity RapidTip®

High Fidelity PCR Master sufficient for ≤200 reactions, kit of 1 (2 components), suitable for PCR



High Fidelity PCR Master

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room temp

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storage temp.


storage temp.


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General description

Diffinity RapidTip effectively removes dNTPs, primers and primer dimers while providing greater than 90% recovery of pure DNA fragments from 100 bp to 10 kb. The functional pipette tip contains everything you need for PCR purification. The tip is filled with a proprietary adsorption technology that has a differential affinity for PCR components. The dispensed solution yields purified, high quality DNA ready for downstream applications such as DNA sequencing, SNP analysis and microarray printing.


Diffinity RapidTip® has been used in PCR product purification.

Features and Benefits

  • Single step
  • Recovers 90% of high quality dsDNA
  • Optimized for 25 μL RXN

Legal Information

RapidTip is a registered trademark of Diffinity Genomics, Inc.


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Hazard Classifications

STOT RE 2 Inhalation

Storage Class Code

11 - Combustible Solids



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