Reliable Purification of PCR Products with High Yield and Purity Using the MACHEREY-NAGEL NucleoSpin® 96 PCR Clean-up kit on a Freedom EVO® Platform
16 Dec 2014

PCR has become a standard molecular biology tool for biological and medical research laboratories, and is used for DNA cloning, sequencing and genetic testing. For most applications, PCR products need to be purified, and this is advantageous to perform in a high throughput format. Fully automating the PCR product purification process on a Freedom EVO workstation streamlines laboratory workflows, enabling rapid, reliable purification of 96 samples in 50 min.

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