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AccuPrep® GMO DNA(Plant Genomic DNA) Extraction Kit

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AccuPrep® GMO DNA Extraction Kit allows the extraction of DNA from agricultural products such as beans, corn, and rice, or from processed foods such as bean sprouts, tofu and condensed milk, for the detection of GMOs. The kit includes all reagents required for extraction, and in addition uses a column type extraction system to allow a more rapid, more convenient extraction of higher-quality DNA than compared to conventional methods. A high amount of high-purity DNA can be extracted; for example, 20 ~ 40 ug of DNA for 1 g of powdered bean, with an A260/A280 ratio of over 1.8.

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  Highly purified and high yield genomic DNA can be extracted from various plant samples.
  Silica based DNA binding column with high binding capacity.
  Optimized plant lysis buffer for the efficient lysis.

Product AccuPrep® GMO DNA(Plant Genomic DNA) Extraction Kit
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