Reliable test results depend in large part on the quality of your starting material. Choose one of these robust purification solutions for maximum nucleic acid yield and purity:
Nucleic acid purification using Ambion® silica–magnetic particle technology developed to extract both genomic and viral nucleic acid from diverse sample matrices including blood, FFPE, cells, tissue, and cell-free samples.
Both spin-column and 96-well plate kits are designed for fast and easy isolation of viral RNA or DNA from cell-free samples such as serum, plasma, cerebrospinal fluid, and cell culture supernatant.
Use standard laboratory centrifuges and Ambion® glass-fiber filter cartridges to capture and purify high-quality RNA from blood in about 1 hour.
Circumvent nucleic acid isolation entirely and go from sample to reverse transcription–qPCR or real-time PCR SNP detection in 5–10 minutes. Specialized Ambion® and TaqMan® kits for the following applications and others:
Sensitive and highly consistent Dynabeads® particle-based isolation of viral RNA and DNA from cell-free samples using manual or automated sample processing.
Automated Nucleic Acid Purification Systems
Life Technologies nucleic acid purification technologies are specifically engineered to meet the demanding needs of automated sample preparation users.
The iPrep™ Purification Instrument is a closed system, benchtop instrument for fully automated nucleic acid purification. Process up to 13 samples in less than 30 minutes. Just load the prefilled, sealed reagent cartridge, add samples, and select a protocol.
Economical, flexible processors available in 24-well and 96-well formats. MagMAX Express™ processors use a unique system of permanent rods sheathed in disposable plastic to collect magnetic particles and release them into wells containing reagents for the next step. The effectiveness of particle collection and transfer provides superior washing and elution efficiency, and rapid processing.
* Unless otherwise noted, all products are for research use only, not for use in diagnostic procedures.