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New PowerViral™ Environmental RNA/DNA Isolation Kit

Published: Thursday, September 05, 2013
Last Updated: Wednesday, September 04, 2013
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New MO BIO kits for the extraction of viral and bacterial nucleic acids.

The new PowerViral™ Environmental RNA/DNA Isolation Kit is the latest addition to the MO BIO range of molecular biology tools, distributed exclusively in the UK by Cambio.

MO BIO’s kits specialize in nucleic acid extraction from difficult samples, and the new kit is no exception. It extracts viral and bacterial DNA and RNA from samples such as waste water, stool, biosolids and gut material.

The patented Inhibitor Removal Technology® (IRT) in the kit allows users to produce pure nucleic acids for use in downstream applications including PCR, cDNA synthesis and more.

IRT works by eliminating inhibitory substances, such as undigested plant material in the gut or heme compounds from lysed red blood cells, and produces high yields of exceptionally pure product.

PowerViral™ Environmental RNA/DNA Isolation Kits have the option of a bead beating protocol. Glass bead tubes, along with a strong chemical lysis buffer, provide optimal lysis of soil samples and bacterial cells.

The kits are also available without bead tubes for isolating viral nucleic acids from liquid samples, so researchers can extract using chemical lysis alone.

Cambio has been supplying molecular biology tools to the UK market from a global network of leading manufacturers for more than 25 years.

In order to provide the best possible service to its customers, Cambio is committed to supporting its constantly updating dynamic product line with competitive pricing and expert technical advice.


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