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Xtrana of Broomfield, Colo., has received US Patent No. 6,872,527, "Nucleic acid archiving." The patent covers a process for tightly binding nucleic acids to solid phase and corresponding processes for the utilization of the method. These processes include nucleic acid - double- or single-stranded DNA and RNA -captures from high volume and low concentration specimens, buffer changes, washes, and volume reductions, and enables the interface of solid-phase bound nucleic acids with enzyme, hybridization or amplification strategies.

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