Freedom EVO® Nucleic Acid Sample Preparation

Freedom EVO<sup>®</sup> Nucleic Acid Sample Preparation

Tecan

Freedom EVO® Nucleic Acid Sample Preparation The Freedom EVO® Nucleic Acid Sample Preparation workstation is a fully scalable and flexible system enabling automated nucleic acid purification fo...read more

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Freedom EVO® Nucleic Acid Sample Preparation

The Freedom EVO® Nucleic Acid Sample Preparation workstation is a fully scalable and flexible system enabling automated nucleic acid purification for RNA, mRNA, gDNA and Plasmids, suitable for a wide range of downstream applications.

The workstation runs extraction protocols using solid phase extraction, magnetic bead separation or centrifugation. It is compatible with all major nucleic acid purification techniques, from commercial kits to traditional recipes. Select a pre-optimized configuration or design your own workstation equipped with a choice of liquid handling arms, various storage modules for real high throughput and integrate nucleic acid quantification by adding a Tecan Infinite® microplate reader.

Freedom EVO® Nucleic Acid Sample Preparation Features:

  • runs extraction protocols using solid phase extraction, magnetic bead separation or centrifugation
  • equipped with a versatile liquid handling arm and an advanced fluidic system
  • volume range from 0.5 ìl to 5 ml
  • various additional storage modules available
  • capable of performing real high throughput sample preparation
  • nucleic acid quantification can be achieved by the integration of the Tecan GENios™ microplate reader

Based on Freedom EVOs unmatched flexibility and Tecan’s widest range of options, each subcomponent can be mixed to tailor a system to meet all your needs of automated sample preparation. Our automation consultants are available to help you create your own extraction system.

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