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Member since: 2015
Organization: The Institute of Cancer Research
Glad to know this brand from my colleague, save lots of time and still give me very good quality and yield of plasmids
Application Area: Plasmid preparation
"Easy to use, quick procedure without any incubation time, good yield and quality for further experiments. Good value. Highly recommend."
Member since: 2015
Organization: The Ohio State University
Great product. The savings mean we will never go back.
Application Area:Make plasmids for protein expression
"These kits work great and are easy to use. The DNA is as clean if not cleaner than the "name brand" kit we used to use. The price is a huge bonus. We won't go back."
Member since: 2010
Organization: Texas A&m Health Science Center
"fast, east, good yield."
The Zyppy™ Plasmid Miniprep Kit features a pellet-free modified alkaline lysis method that bypasses bacterial culture centrifugation and resuspension steps common to classical plasmid preparation procedures.
Simply add the uniquely formulated 7X Lysis Buffer directly to your bacterial culture, neutralize, and then purify using the provided Fast-Spin column technology. Additionally, the innovative colored buffers included in the kit permit error-free visualization and identification of complete bacterial cell lysis and neutralization. The Zyppy™ Plasmid Miniprep Kit is the fastest and easiest method available to separate plasmid DNA from E. coli efficiently.
The plasmid DNA is of the highest quality, endotoxin-free, and is well suited for use in transfection, bacterial transformation, restriction endonuclease digestion, DNA ligation, PCR, transcription, sequencing, and other sensitive downstream applications.