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Blood PCR Kit

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•  The Blood PCR kits contain all of the reagents necessary to rapidly extract genomic DNA from whole blood and amplify targets of interest by PCR.
•  Sufficient reagent for 50 reactions.
•  Extracted sample can be stored at 4° for several weeks.
•  Kit includes protocol and the sample extraction reagents.
•  Includes the components for PCR reaction such as polymerase and dNTPs

Product Blood PCR Kit
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