You recognize the incredible potential of the human genome, but you also know that exploiting that potential requires incredible effort in the lab.
Fortunately, we’re here to help reduce the complexity and improve the productivity of your genomic research.
Our reagent portfolio is powered by Solid Phase Reversible Immobilization (SPRI) technology—widely known as the science behind AMPure XP—which uses SPRI paramagnetic beads to selectively bind nucleic acids by size.
SPRI beads enable high-performance isolation, purification and cleanup protocols for applications such as qPCR, ddPCR, Sanger sequencing, next-generation sequencing (NGS) and microarrays. It’s ideal for nucleic acid extraction from cells, tissue, blood and even challenging formalin-fixed, paraffin-embedded (FFPE) samples.
You can use our chemistries with manual and/or fully automated methods on your choice of platforms, for optimum performance, flexibility and scalability.
Total Nucleic Acid Isolation
Extract RNA and DNA from the same sample
- Extraction from challenging formalin-fixed, paraffin embedded tissues demonstrated
with a variety of sample types
- Chemistry amenable to manual and automated workflows
Consistent yield and quality for low- to high-throughput needs
- Compatibility with Next Generation Sequencing
- Consistent extraction performance and DNA purity
- Increased productivity through automation (low to high throughput)
- Enhanced lab safety
- Reduction in hands-on time requirements
High RNA integrity from the most challenging sample types
- Extraction from a wide variety of tissues and cells
- Extract total nucleic acid for use in downstream applications
- Consistent recovery of high quality total RNA
- No hazards and waste removal issues
- Does not require vacuum filtration, centrifugation, or organic solvents
Cleanup and Size Selection
Reagent kits globally recognized as a gold standard
- Rapid and simple methods to optimize clean-up, purification and size selection Protocols for both DNA and RNA
- Consistent purified nucleic acid generated in common enzymatic reactions
- Requires no centrifugation or filtration
- Distributes uniform fragments
- Can be scaled for low to high throughput workflows