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Thermo Scientific

The family of Thermo Scientific KingFisher nucleic acid purification systems provide you with the ability to isolate high yields of quality nucleic acids from a wide variety of starting materials. Giving you excellent reproducibility and performance the family of KingFisher® nucleic acid purification systems could boost the productivity and efficiency of your applications. Comprising of the KingFisher Duo, KingFisher Flex, KingFisher mL, KingFisher Kits and BindIt software, the instruments, software, kits and consumables deliver unparalleled workflow performance. Watch our latest video now to see how the Thermo Scientific KingFisher Duo magnetic particle processor can help with your purification requirements. To find out more about the extensive KingFisher family offering, visit our new KingFisher Resource Library. Featuring application notes, technical articles, posters and more, the KingFisher Resource Library provides a valuable tool for optimising your applications.

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