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GF-1 PCR Clean-up Kit

Description
The GF-1 PCR Clean-up Kit is designed for rapid and efficient clean up of DNA ranging from 100bp to 20kb. The kit efficiently removes dNTPs, short oligo fragments, mineral oil, enzymes from a PCR reaction product, removes proteins after restriction enzyme treatment and dephosphorylation, residual dye and ethidium bromide. This kit is also suited for concentrating DNA, changing of buffers and desalting.

Features

  • Indicator dye for easy pH determination
  • Purification process less than 15 minutes
  • Highly pure DNA ready to use for routine molecular biology applications such as restriction enzymes digestion, PCR, ligation, DNA sequencing and probe preparations.

Kit Components

  • Buffer PCR
  • Wash Buffer (concentrate)
  • Elution Buffer

Ordering Information

Catalog No Description Pack Size
GF-PC-050 GF-1 PCR Clean-up Kit 50 preps
GF-PC-100 GF-1 PCR Clean-up Kit 100 preps
GF-PC-200 GF-1 PCR Clean-up Kit 200 preps

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This Product Has Been Used In:

Meftah S., Abid S., Dias T., Rodrigues P. (2018), Effect of dry-sausage starter culture and endogenous yeasts on Aspergillus westerdijkiae and Penicillium nordicum growth and OTA production, In LWT - Food Science and Technology, Volume 87, 2018 Pages 250-258

Molavi, Z., Behzadian, F., Fotouhi, C.F., Moeini, S. (2017). Molecular Characterization and Phylogenetic Analysis of Neuraminidase Gene in A/H1N1 Influenza Virus Isolates Circulating in Iran, 2014-2015, . Iranian Journal of Virology, Vol. 11, No. 1, 32-38 (2017).

Abed-Ashtiani, F., Kadir, J., Nasehi, A., Hashemian-Rahaghi, S., Vadamalai, G., Rambe, S. (2016). Characterisation of Magnaporthe oryzae Isolates from Rice in Peninsular Malaysia, Czech Journal of Genetics and Plant Breeding, Vol. 52, No. 4, 145-156 (2016).

Luang-In,V., Deeseenthum, S. (2016) Exopolysaccharide-producing isolates from Thai milk kefir and their antioxidant activities. . LWT - Food Science and Technology.73. Pp592-601

Rosli, M.K.A., et al (2016) Phylogenetic Relationships of the Vulnerable Wild Cattle, Malayan gaur (Bos gaurus hubbacki), and its Hybrid, the Selembu, Based on Maternal Markers. Turkish Journal of Zoology, p.1-10.

Javadi Nobandegani, M.B., Mohd Saud, H., & Yun, W.M. (2015) Phylogenetic Relationship of Phosphate Solubilizing Bacteria According to 16S rRNA Genes. ZooKeys. 147, p.121-140.

Abdul-Latiff, M.A.B., et al. (2014) Phylogenetic Relationships of Malaysia’s Long-Tailed Macaques, Macaca fascicularis, Based on Cytochrome b Sequences. BioMed Research International.

Kocakap, D. B. S. (2014). Assessment of PTCH1a promoter methylation in BCC carcinogenesis , Eastern Journal of Medicine , Vol. 19, 105-106 (2014).

Masstor, N.H., et al. (2014) Molecular Phylogeny of the Bamboo Sharks (Chiloscyllium spp.). BioMed Research International.

Bondoc, O.L., Dominguez, J.M.D., & Peñalba, F.F. (2013) DNA Barcoding of Domestic Swine Breeds and Crossbreeds (Sus scrofa) in the Philippines. Philippine Journal of Veterinary and Animal Sciences,39(1): 31-42.

Suria, M.S., Adlin, A.A.K., Mohd Afendy, A.T., Zamri, I. Multiplex Polymerase Chain Reaction (PCR) efficiency in detection of pathogenic Escherichia coli O157:H7, International Food Research Journal, Vol. 20, No. 6, 2207-2211 (2013).

Waiho, K. et al (2013) Isolation and Characterization of Partial Mitochondrial CO1 Gene from Harpacticoid Copepod, Leptocaris canariensis (Lang, 1965). Academic Journal,12(50): 6901-6906.

Bondoc, O.L., & Santiago, R.C. (2012) IThe Use of DNA Barcodes in the Evolutionary Analysis of Domestic Breeds and Strains of Chicken (Gallus gallus domesticus) in the Philippines. The Philippine Agricultural Scientist, 95(4): 358-369.

 

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