Whatman to Distribute GenVault DNA Recovery Kits | GenomeWeb
NEW YORK (GenomeWeb News) – Whatman will distribute GenVault’s GenSolve DNA recovery kits in North America under a non-exclusive pact announced today.
 
The kit enables users of Whatman’s FTA 1 card to recover high-quality DNA from archived samples, said Florham Park, NJ-based GenVault. The firm said the recovered DNA is double-stranded and is compatible with downstream genetic assays, such as genotyping and PCR.
 

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