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Extraction and purification of RNA, miRNA, DNA and protein

In principle, nucleic acid never appears freely in a sample but must be extracted from cells or tissues and then purified. We adapt the extraction method based on the technical and analytical requirements imposed on the given analytical method.

Cause

In principle, nucleic acid never appears freely in a sample but must be extracted from cells or tissues. Upon extraction, the cells must first be lysed which releases not only the nucleic acid but also nucleases and other cellular components that should be eliminated or inactivated not to interfere with subsequent analysis.

The extraction method you choose depends on a number of different factors. The ideal extraction method provides a good yield of high purity intact nucleic acid, from all microorganisms and sample types.

We adapt the extraction method based on the technical and analytical requirements imposed on the

A clean sample is obtained for subsequent analysis.

Method

Column-based extraction or other method requested.

Deliveries

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- RNA /DNA concentration and quality

- RIN values and fragment size on demand

Ordering

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Facts

Service

Extraction and purification of RNA, miRNA, DNA and protein

Innovation area

Chemical and biological analysis, Medical devices

Price

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Delivery time

As agreed

Preparations

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Jenny Johansson

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Jennifer Rosendahl

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