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GE Healthcare last week launched illustra triplePrep, a kit for the isolation of genomic DNA, RNA and total denatured protein from a single sample.

The product combines two spin columns and six optimized buffers for use with mammalian cell culture or animal tissue. High quality and yield DNA, RNA, and protein can be successfully isolated from a range of tissue types such as liver, kidney, spleen, brain, lung, and intestine, and the cell lines HeLa, NIH-3T3, CHO-K1, and HEK-293, GE claimed.

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