Bioline, a subsidiary of Meridian Bioscience, this week launched its Isolate II range of nucleic acid purification kits.

The kits are based on filter membrane spin column technology with simple bind, wash, and elute steps, and are designed to quickly and efficiently extract DNA or RNA from a wide range of biological materials. Using Isolate II kits researchers can expect higher yields, higher purity, and greater reproducibility compared to previous-generation kits, Bioline said.

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