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Aurora DNA-RNA Extraction System

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A revolutionary platform for nucleic acid extraction based on our powerful electrophoretic purification technology.

•    Unparalleled nucleic acid purity
•    The highest yield from low abundance samples
•    Extraction of intact high molecular weight DNA from 100kb – 1Mb
•    New convenient reusable agarose gel cartridges
•    Input: 5 mL of lysed or prepared sample; output: 60 uL of buffer ready for PCR, sequencing or other analysis

Workflow

The Aurora workflow includes the following steps:
1.    Preparation of raw samples
2.    Lysis using chemical or mechanical methods or pre-processing
3.    Concentration and purification on the instrument

Applications

Aurora purifies and concentrates nucleic acids from a wide range of samples:
•    Life Sciences Research
•    Soil & Environmental
•    Agriculture Biotechnology
•    Forensics

Product Aurora DNA-RNA Extraction System
Company Boreal Genomics
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Boreal Genomics
5150 El Camino Real Los Altos, CA 94022

Tel: (650) 316-8620

Email: info@borealgenomics.com



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