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Maxwell® RSC: Enhance your efficiency with the next generation in automated nucleic acid purification

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The Maxwell® RSC automated nucleic acid extraction system processes up to 16 samples at one time. This easy-to-use instrument provides consistent, high-quality results with every run. The Maxwell® RSC comes bundled with the Quantus™ Fluorometer for streamlined sample quantification, allowing you to manage your workflow and gain efficiency.


The Maxwell® RSC System is a paramagnetic-particle handling system that processes samples using prefilled  Maxwell® reagent cartridges to provide  consistent yield and purity. 

Works with a wide range of samples
Intuitive touch screen user interface makes it easy to select the right method  
Simultaneously processes up to 16 samples at a time
Prefilled cartridges and preprogramed methods help eliminate user errors
Integrated Quantus™ Fluorometer measures nucleic acid concentration and includes quantitation values in the run report.

The Maxwell® RSC System and Quantus™ Fluorometer are for research use only.


Product Maxwell® RSC: Enhance your efficiency with the next generation in automated nucleic acid purification
Company Promega Corporation
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2800 Woods Hollow Road Madison, WI 53711 USA

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