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IntegenX Inc. Announces New Web Site MyGenTegra.com Offering Nucleic Acid Storage and Stability Resources and Information


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While significant advances in high-throughput sequencing have been made in recent years, technologies for sample storage and transport have not enjoyed the same breakthroughs. As a result, sample quality and availability are often the major bottlenecks for these systems. IntegenX provides GenTegra DNA and GenTegra RNA as chemical matrices that protect samples from hydrolysis, oxidation, and microbial destruction. Further, the GenTegra products allow scientists to dry, transport, and store their samples safely at convenient temperatures, including room temperature.

As a convenience to new and returning GenTegra product customers, IntegenX offers on-line purchasing on the mygentegra.com site. Customers can place credit card orders for GenTegra DNA and GenTegra RNA kits, tubes, and accessories.

The first 500 visitors to the mygentegra.com web site will be offered the opportunity to request a free sample of a GenTegra RNA or GenTegra DNA nucleic acid storage vial and reagent. Regarding this offer, IntegenX executive vice president Howard Goldstein said, "Room temperature storage of DNA and RNA is a relatively new concept in nucleic acid research that rarely appears in the legacy cloning manuals used by many labs. The limited free sample program is a way to give interested labs an opportunity to validate how they can safely transport DNA or RNA samples at room temperature, save money on freezer storage, and reduce their carbon footprint."

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