Xtra Amp Extraction Kit, GeneDirector, Acuity 1.0, rat cDNA microarray kit | GenomeWeb

Xtrana of Broomfield, Colo., has released a new Xtra Amp Extraction Kit, which is designed to extract DNA from whole tissues, tissue culture cells, rodent tails, blood stains, and yeast. The kit can digest and extract DNA from rodent tails in 90 minutes — a time improvement over other kits, according to the company. For tissue culture cells, blood stains, and yeast, the kit can go from sample to DNA isolation in 3 to 15 minutes, the company said.

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