KAPA Express Extract 100 reactions KK7101

KAPA Express Extract 100 reactions KK7101
by Anachem Ltd


KAPA Express Extract 100 reactions Includes 2 x 100u KAPA Express Extract Enzyme (1u/uL) and 2 x 1mL KAPA Express Extract Buffer (10x) Rapid and efficient extraction of DNA from a broad range of source material. KAPA Express Extract is a novel thermostable protease and buffer system that allows for the extraction of PCR-ready DNA from various tissue types in as little as 15 minutes. The KAPA Exp...read more

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KAPA Express Extract 100 reactions Includes 2 x 100u KAPA Express Extract Enzyme (1u/uL) and 2 x 1mL KAPA Express Extract Buffer (10x)

Rapid and efficient extraction of DNA from a broad range of source material.

KAPA Express Extract is a novel thermostable protease and buffer system that allows for the extraction of PCR-ready DNA from various tissue types in as little as 15 minutes. The KAPA Express Extract system has been designed for optimal tissue lysis and DNA preservation. DNA extractions are conveniently performed in a single-tube, without the need for hazardous chemicals and multiple washing steps, thereby greatly reducing the risk of sample loss and contamination.

Key features of the KAPA Express Extract system include:
• Rapid extraction protocol - PCR-ready DNA in 15 minutes
• Versatility - single kit optimized for a variety of sample types
• Single-tube reaction minimizes risk of contamination
• Couple with KAPA2G Robust HotStart ReadyMix for increased PCR success rates

Speed: From sample to PCR in less than 15 minutes
Add sample directly to lysis buffer
10 min incubation
Pellet debris
Add 1 μl to PCR
PCR with KAPA2G Robust HotStart ReadyMix for highest performance

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KAPA Express Extract 100 reactions KK7101 by Anachem Ltd
KAPA Express Extract 100 reactions KK7101

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