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CRISPR-Cas 9

CRISPR-Cas 9: Reagents for CRISPR-Cas9

Reagents and kits used in CRISPR/Cas 9

QuickExtract™ DNA Extraction Solution

The QuickExtract™ DNA Extraction Solution can be used to rapidly and efficiently extract PCR-ready genomic DNA from almost any sample type using a simple, one-tube protocol that takes only 3-8 minutes depending on the sample.

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QE09050QuickExtract™ DNA Extraction Solution50 ml £242.00£242.00Offer until : 31-Dec-2020Contact Cambio for special pricing on all orders over £2000 View Offer Quantity Add to Order
QE0905TQuickExtract™ DNA Extraction Solution5 ml £46.00£46.00Offer until : 31-Dec-2020Contact Cambio for special pricing on all orders over £2000 View Offer Quantity Add to Order

QuickExtract™ DNA Extraction Solution

The QuickExtract™ DNA Extraction Solution can be used to rapidly and efficiently extract PCR-ready genomic DNA from almost any sample type using a simple, one-tube protocol that takes only 3-8 minutes depending on the sample.

BioSearch Tech (Lucigen/Epicentre)

The QuickExtract™ DNA Extraction Solution can be used to rapidly and efficiently extract PCR-ready genomic DNA from almost any sample type using a simple, one-tube protocol that takes only 3-8 minutes, depending on the sample. QuickExtract Solution has been used to extract DNA from samples such as hair follicles, quill-end cells of feathers, tissue-culture cells, buccal cells, zebrafish organs and scales, and mouse tail snips. The extracted DNA is suitable for PCR analysis, such as genomic, transgenic, or viral DNA screening in animals, or for genetic or environmental research and screening in humans and other organisms.

The QuickExtract method allows for the inexpensive processing of one to hundreds of samples simultaneously, without centrifugation, spin columns or the use of any toxic organic solvent. The method is also compatible with robotic automation.

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Figure 1. Procedure for obtaining PCR-ready DNA using QuickExtract™ DNA Extraction Solution.
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Figure 2. FailSafe™ PCR amplifications of genomic DNA extracted from a variety of tissues or cells. Buccal cells were extracted using the BuccalAmp™ DNA Extraction Kit, and all other samples with QuickExtract™ DNA Extraction Solution. PCR was performed using primers to amplify the regions indicated: Lanes 1-3, human β-globin; lane 4, transgenic mouse GAPDH; lane 5, E. coli 16S ribosomal RNA gene; lane 6, transgenic SV40 T antigen.
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Figure 3. Extracted DNA from multiple Zebrafish organs using QuickExtract™ DNA Extraction Solution 1.0. A 1-µl aliquot of a 100-µl extracted sample was used to amplify a single-copy crystallin-like gene. Lane 1, 100-bp ladder; lanes 2-3, fins; lanes 4-5, eyes; lanes 6-7, scales; lane 8, no-DNA control.
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QuickExtract™ DNA Extraction Solution

The QuickExtract™ DNA Extraction Solution can be used to rapidly and efficiently extract PCR-ready genomic DNA from almost any sample type using a simple, one-tube protocol that takes only 3-8 minutes depending on the sample.

BioSearch Tech (Lucigen/Epicentre)

 

Protocol for: QuickExtract™ DNA Extraction Solution

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QuickExtract™ DNA Extraction Solution

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QuickExtract™ DNA Extraction Solution

The QuickExtract™ DNA Extraction Solution can be used to rapidly and efficiently extract PCR-ready genomic DNA from almost any sample type using a simple, one-tube protocol that takes only 3-8 minutes depending on the sample.

BioSearch Tech (Lucigen/Epicentre)

Latest Poster available

QuickExtract – Rapid and efficient extraction of PCR-ready genomic DNA from plant and seed samples

 

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QuickExtract™ DNA Extraction Solution

The QuickExtract™ DNA Extraction Solution can be used to rapidly and efficiently extract PCR-ready genomic DNA from almost any sample type using a simple, one-tube protocol that takes only 3-8 minutes depending on the sample.

BioSearch Tech (Lucigen/Epicentre)

Applications

  • Simple, rapid extraction of PCR-ready DNA for transgenic mouse genotyping, genetic studies, human identity testing, or viral/microbial screening.

Benefits

  • Nontoxic reagents, inexpensive processing.
  • Short procedure (8 minutes for the average sample).
  • No centrifugation or spin columns to reduce yields.
  • Compatible with high-throughput and robotic workflows

 

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QuickExtract – Rapid and efficient extraction of PCR-ready genomic DNA from plant and seed samples

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