Maxiprep endotoxin-free plasmid DNA purification—NucleoBond PC 500 EF
NucleoBond PC EF Kits use anion exchange and gravity flow for purification of endotoxin-free plasmid DNA. Endotoxin removal is achieved in a unique washing step—no extra incubations are necessary. Lysates are cleared by simple filtration using the included NucleoBond Folded Filters; no centrifugation is required. NucleoBond PC 500 EF is used to purify 100–500 µg of endotoxin-free plasmid DNA.
NucleoBond PC EF Kits use anion exchange and gravity flow for purification of endotoxin-free plasmid DNA. Endotoxin removal is achieved in a unique washing step—no extra incubations are necessary. Lysates are cleared by simple filtration using the included NucleoBond Folded Filters, no centrifugation is required. NucleoBond PC 500 EF is used to purify 100–500 µg of endotoxin-free plasmid DNA.
Endotoxins (lipopolysaccharides, LPS) are a major component of the Gram-negative bacterial cell wall. The LPS molecule is an extremely potent stimulator of the mammalian immune system, and a number of mechanisms exist to detect LPS and to respond to the presence of either this molecule or Gram-negative bacteria. LPS is a common contaminant of plasmid DNA preparations grown in E. coli. The negative charges associated with lipid A and the inner core of LPS cause the LPS molecule to behave like DNA on anion exchange chromatography resins. An important prerequisite for transfections is endotoxin-free plasmid DNA.
The level of endotoxin contamination in purified plasmid DNA is critical for many applications. For this reason Macherey-Nagel developed a specific patented procedure that reduces endotoxins to a very low level. In comparison to competitor kits, there is no need for a time-consuming incubation step to remove the endotoxins (see User Manual). The working procedure for the endotoxin-free plasmid preparation is identical to the standard protocol and each prep yields up to 500 µg of endotoxin-free plasmid DNA.
NucleoBond EF kits employ a modified alkaline/SDS lysis procedure to prepare the bacterial cell pellet for plasmid purification. The bacterial lysate is cleared by filtration and loaded onto the equilibrated column. No additional incubation step is required for endotoxin removal. After efficient washing of the column, the purified plasmid DNA is eluted from the column.
- Endotoxins are efficiently removed (<0.1 EU/µg DNA)
- No additional incubation is required for endotoxin removal
- Purify 500 µg from 30–100 ml of overnight E. coli culture
- Patented procedure
|Maxi gravity-flow columns
|100 min/2 preps
Purified DNA is suitable for:
- Transfection of highly sensitive cells
- Lentivirus production
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