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ArchivePure DNA Tissue Kit - For 100 mg Tissue

Product Description
Cell Lysis Solution (3 ml), Protein Precip. Solution (1 ml), DNA Hydration Solution (1 ml), RNase A Solution (4 mg/ml; 15 µl), Proteinase K Solution (20 mg/ml; 15 µl)

Features and Benefits
DNA purification from a wide variety of sample types including cells, body fluid, Gram-negative bacteria and tissue samples with a single kit
Premixed and ready-to-use reagents
Isolates high molecular weight DNA with exceptional purity
Fast procedure
Product ArchivePure DNA Tissue Kit - For 100 mg Tissue
Company 5 Prime, Inc
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