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Ready PCR DNA Plate Kit - 3 Plt, 96x3 Preps

Product Description
96-well filter-plate purification of DNA from whole blood, buffy coat, plasma, body fluids, cultured cells

Features and Benefits
A unique filtration method consistently produces high yields of PCR-ready DNA for screening
Simple, two solution system
Quick and easy protocol
Provides PCR-ready genomic DNA for quick screening
Yields up to 60 µg per sample

DNA Purify Solution 1 (250 ml), DNA Elution Solution 2 (125 ml), Capture Plates (3), Waste Plates (3), Sample Collection Plates (3), Plate Covers (9), Cap Mats (6)
Product Ready PCR DNA Plate Kit - 3 Plt, 96x3 Preps
Company 5 Prime, Inc
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Catalog Number 2301700
Quantity 3 Plt, 96x3 Preps
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5 Prime, Inc
111 Bucksfield Road Gaithersburg, MD 20878 USA

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