Automated laboratory workstation QuickGene Auto240L
nucleic acid extractionbenchtop

automated laboratory workstation
automated laboratory workstation
automated laboratory workstation
automated laboratory workstation
automated laboratory workstation
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Characteristics

Applications
nucleic acid extraction
Operation
automated
Configuration
benchtop

Description

The QuickGene Auto240L uses a patented porous membrane to realize the highest quality and yield in Nucleic Acid Extraction and Purification. This is the first automated system using the QuickGene unique membrane production technology to isolate 2ml whole blood genomic DNA from primary sample tubes to final DNA storage tubes. The QuickGene-Auto240L fully automates the entire Nucleic acid purification process delivering high throughput processing in routine analytical laboratories offering quick processing time and ease of use technology. Product Description The QuickGene Auto240L is a fully automated system for rapid Nucleic Acid Extraction and Purification of DNA from a variety of samples. The QuickGene technology utilizes an ultra thin polymer membrane for efficient capture of nucleic acids. This novel technology allows for isolation of high quality DNA with high yields, suitable for a wide range of applications. The system is capable of processing 24 samples with volumes up to 2mL. Fully automated DNA extraction process from primary tube to final DNA storage tubes, ensuring cross-contamination-free and no human error processing. Automates “Sample transfer from primary tube”, “Making lysate”, “DNA Binding”, “DNA Washing” and “DNA Elution” ensuring complete samples tracking. Performs DNA isolation of 24 samples within approx. 1 hour.

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