AbraMag DNA Size Selection Magnetic Beads, 450 mL
AbraMag DNA Size Selection Magnetic Beads are designed to purify DNA fragments of desired size, 'tunable' by varying the beads-to-DNA ratio. DNA fragments are reversibly bound to paramagnetic particles while excess primers, salts, enzymes, and free nucleotides are washed away. ● Meant to replace other SPRI magnetic beads at equivalent performance but better value (see Comparison Data). ● Highly efficient removal of contaminants: primers, primer dimers, dNTPs, salts, etc. ● For size cutoffs ranging from >50 to >800 bp (Size Selection) ● Short processing times: no centrifugation or filtration ● Tube or microplate format ● Suitable for manual or automated process Following the instructions included, the sample is added to the magnetic beads at a particular ratio. DNA fragments of the desired size bind to the beads in the presence of the optimized buffer. A magnet is used to secure the beads. Primers and/or other unwanted reagents are washed away in a series of two wash steps, and the DNA fragments are eluted and transferred to a new tube. AbraMag Magnetic Beads are superparamagnetic, non-aggregating iron oxide particles (or ‘microspheres’) for capturing or purifying targets such as proteins, antigens, antibodies, DNA/RNA, cells, and more. AbraMag’s design enables faster binding kinetics, with high sensitivity & selectivity, in many biomedical and research applications—including automated HTS and manual applications. Superior yield, purity, and quality over the leading competitors, all at a better value, because we design and manufacture them in-house. ● Multiple Advantages – Over conventional methods (columns, centrifugation). ● Superior Performance – We've designed them to match or outperform the competition. ● Superior Capacity and Yield – High binding capacity for rapid and efficient target purification. ● Superior Purity – Stable, pre-blocked particles provide clean purification even from complex samples. ● Customizable – We can modify or create to suit your needs."