Genomic DNA: extraction from whole blood

Monday, 10 November, 2008


This tech paper explains how a DNA purification system isolates and purifies genomic DNA (gDNA) from whole blood, serum and FTA cards.

To find out how this system produces a high recovery of DNA for downstream applications such as PCR1 and genotyping, download this tech paper.

 


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