Shorter time to result
Inhibitor-free nucleic acids
Reduced consumable costs
Research and development in the biopharmaceutical industry includes nucleic acid extraction from a wide range of sample types. Our EchoLUTION extraction technology involves a lysis step that is tailored to the sample type, allowing efficient lysis and purification and avoiding carryover of contaminants.
Particularly in experiments where sensitivity is of high importance (such as qPCR with limited sample material), EchoLUTION-purified DNA outperforms results obtained with the silica-based technology.
- Up to fivefold more DNA yield than with silica-based kits
- No toxic substances or chaotropic salts, which inhibit downstream applications
Tedious bind–wash–elute procedures build a bottleneck in daily routines. Our EchoLUTION technology relies on single-step nucleic acid isolation with a one-minute centrifugation. Nucleic acids pass through the purification matrix without interaction, while impurities are held back and are completely removed. Different from the conventional silica-based bind–wash–elute nucleic acid extraction method, our technology allows today’s fastest and simplest nucleic acid extraction with highest purity.
“I used the EchoLUTION Cell Culture DNA Kit for extraction of genomic DNA from mammalian cells in culture and it was quick and I obtained higher yields than with the QIAGEN kit we use. I have performed a load of PCRs on the gDNA and all are working fine. Great kit — will use again!”
John Robert Davis, PhD,
Postdoc Apoptosis and Proliferation Control Laboratory, The Francis Crick Institute, London, UK
“We used the BioEcho EchoLUTION Tissue DNA and Cell Culture DNA kits for extraction of genomic DNA from cultured cells and from fresh and stabilized human tissue. Both kits impressed with their simplicity, speed, and with stable and reproducible yields. Purified DNA could immediately be used for downstream applications, such as PCR.”
Department of Biotechnology, TU Braunschweig
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DNA extraction from mammalian cells
Researchers from TU Braunschweig extracted total DNA from a wide range of mammalian cell preparations and tissues.