MilliporeSigma™ Microcon DNA Fast Flow PCR Grade with Ultracel Membrane, Dual Cycle EtO Treated
Microcon PCR Grade Centrifugal Filters are ideal for DNA concentration & desalting applications. The dual cycle Ethylene Oxide (EtO) treatment renders contaminating DNA non-amplifiable.
Manufacturer: MilliporeSigma™ MRCF0R100ET
Microcon PCR Grade Centrifugal Filters are ideal for DNA concentration and desalting applications. The dual cycle Ethylene Oxide (EtO) treatment renders contaminating DNA non-amplifiable. Available in a pack of 20.Simply and efficiently concentrate and desalt solutions of any macromolecule, using any centrifuge that can accept 1.5 mL tubes. With the low-binding Ultracel™ membrane, Microcon™ filters offer:•Typical recoveries of greater than 95%, even for dilute solutions •Reverse spin to maximize recovery, even in the smallest samples •Convenient storage of filtrate or concentrated sample in standard microfuge tube •Concentration factors up to 100X Microcon™ DNA Fast Flow FilterOptimized for the concentration and recovery of genomic DNA with SDS buffer. The low nonspecific binding characteristics of the membrane and the other device components, coupled with its medical-grade o-ring seal, allows the device to accommodate several wash steps with minimal sample loss.Features:•High recovery for small volumes with reverse spin (concentration factor less than 20X) •Low-binding Ultracel™ membrane •Fast processing Sample applications:•Recovery of genomic DNA for forensic applications •Concentration and desalting of nucleic acids (high recovery alternative to ethanol precipitation) •Removal of primers from amplified DNA •Easy filtrate recovery, exploiting the flat membrane design
|Regenerated Cellulose (RC)|
|DNA Concentration and Desalting|
|Ultracell low binding regenerated cellulose|
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