PerkinElmer BeadBoost Bead Mill Homogenizer

Monday, 01 March, 2021 | Supplied by: PerkinElmer (Australia) Pty Ltd

PerkinElmer BeadBoost Bead Mill Homogenizer

Regardless of the sample type, whether it be saliva, plant material or animal tissue, scientists can increase their yield of protein, DNA and RNA by using the BeadBoost Bead Mill Homogenizer to prepare the sample prior to incorporating into downstream genomic workflows.

The BeadBoost homogeniser family of instruments provide flexible sample throughput and formats accommodating simultaneous processing of 1–96 samples, in plate and tube formats. Non-stop processing of samples can be achieved as no cooldown is required between runs, and with quick processing of samples there are no sample degradation issues to be concerned with. The use of disposable tubes/plates also means there is no threat of cross-contamination between precious samples. The product is specifically designed for grinding, lysing and homogenising biological samples prior to molecular extraction.

PerkinElmer can help users to fully automate their genomic workflow for PCR set-up or NGS library construction. Start with the incorporation of a homogenisation step in the sample preparation process to increase the nucleic acid sample yield, followed by sample reformatting, liquid handling and nucleic acid extraction with the company’s suite of chemagen kits and instruments, and finally automate workflows for PCR set-up utilising the Janus G3 workstation or the Sciclone G3 NGSx iQ for NGS library preparation.

For research use only. Not for use in diagnostic procedures.

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