Fully Automated Genomic DNA Isolation from Blood on the MICROLAB® STAR
29 Jan 2015

Reliability and process control are major issues for automated genomic DNA isolation from blood samples. This application note demonstrates the automated solution from HAMILTON on the MICROLAB® STAR liquid handling robot using NucleoSpin® technology from MACHEREY-NAGEL, which features blood clot detection during aspiration and a clog check of the filtration plates after each vacuum step.

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