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Akonni Biosystems this week launched TruTip, a tool for extracting DNA and RNA from samples with volumes ranging from 100 µl to 1000 µl or more.

Akonni's TruTip uses a nucleic acid-binding matrix that is inserted into most standard pipette tips, including those used by electronic pipettes and liquid-handling robotic devices. By passing sample back and forth across the binding matrix, the TruTip delivers inhibitor-free, PCR-ready nucleic acid from a variety of sample types, the firm said.

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