For single-step purification of genomic and mitochondrial DNA from 0.1 to 10 mg of human or animal tissue (fresh, frozen, or stabilized). Features: Convenience and speed: Workflow complete in just 50 minutes due to reduced steps and short lysis timeHigh compatibility: Suitable for extraction of genomic and mitochondrial DNA from fresh, frozen, and stabilized tissue as well as challenging samples such as adipose tissue or muscleHigh sensitivity: Highly pure DNA free of contaminants and inhibitorsReliable results: Lysis under physiological conditions results in long and intact DNA perfectly suited for downstream applications such as PCR and NGS.Sustainability: Up to 70% less plastic consumption compared to other extraction methods and no usage of hazardous reagents.
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