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Solution reagent kit Extracta DBS
for PCRfor DNA extractionNGS

solution reagent kit
solution reagent kit
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Characteristics

Type
solution
Applications
for PCR, for DNA extraction, NGS, blood sample

Description

PCR-ready genomic DNA from dried blood spots Features & Benefits Optimized for DNA extraction from dried blood spot punches Single reagent for PCR-ready DNA in 30 minutes Maximized assay sensitivity, lower Cq values, when combined with Quantabio ToughMix® Compatible with high-throughput automation for PCR, qPCR and NGS applications Extracta DBS is intended for molecular biology applications. This product is not intended for the diagnosis, prevention or treatment of a disease. Description Extracta DBS is a ready-to-use DNA extraction reagent for rapid and efficient recovery of PCR-ready DNA from dried blood spots (DBS) on Guthrie cards or Whatman 903 filter paper. This patented single-solution process produces DNA eluates that are substantially free of PCR inhibitors and compatible with a variety of end-point PCR, real-time PCR and Next Generation Sequencing (NGS) or Sanger Sequencing (1-3) reagents. Application of Extracta DBS with PerfeCTa® qPCR ToughMix or PerfeCTa MultiPlex qPCR ToughMix enables accurate and reproducible quantification of DNA sequences in blood using TaqMan® hydrolysis probe real-time qPCR. Combine with ToughMix and maximize qPCR assay sensitivity Extracta DBS is the perfect match with Quantabio ToughMix for sensitive and precise target quantification. The crude extraction combined with ToughMix, a Quantabio master mix that is tolerant to common PCR inhibitors, results in higher DNA yields independent of DNA sample inputs and qualities to enable accurate detection and high sensitivity even with low copy targets.

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