ChargeSwitch-Pro, CopyCutter EPI400, prepGEM, forensicGEM, MCE-202 MultiNA | GenomeWeb
Invitrogen has launched ChargeSwitch-Pro PCR clean-up kits. The kits allow researchers to purify high-quality DNA following PCR or enzymatic reactions. Instead of using ethanol or salts, ChargeSwitch kits use an ion-exchange procedure in a spin-column format. According to the company, this increases the success of downstream applications such as DNA sequencing, PCR cloning, or restriction digestions.
 

 

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