NEW YORK (GenomeWeb News) - Bio&Sell will distribute Nexttec's one-step DNA isolation kits in Germany, Austria and Switzerland, Nexttec said this week.
 
Nexttec said its DNA isolation system uses a proprietary sorbent matrix that retains proteins and substances of low molecular weight but allows pure DNA to pass, as opposed to silica-based methods that work the other way around. The company said this method is as much as five times faster than other methods.
 

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