AAVpro® Purification Kit (AAV2)

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6235 AAVpro® Extraction Solution 1 Set USD $149.00

Isolation of AAV particles from AAV particle-producing cells is conventionally performed using the freeze-thaw or sonication methods. However, these methods are time consuming and require special equipment. The AAVpro Extraction Solution is a reagent for the extraction of AAV particles from AAV particle-producing cells. This reagent provides a simple and efficient method for AAV particle isolation; the reagents are added to virus-producing cells and viral particles are recovered by centrifugation. The extracted AAV particle solution contains only a small amount of host protein and nucleic acid contamination. The resulting viral extract is well-suited for cell infection or further purification of viral particles.

6230 AAVpro® Helper Free System (AAV2) 20 ug Each USD $894.00

Kit for the preparation of AAV particles with the AAV2 serotype, without the use of a helper virus. The AAV particles produced with this system can be used to obtain transient expression of target genes in mammalian cells or individual animals. 

6666 AAVpro® Purification Kit Maxi (All Serotypes) 4 Preps USD $695.00

The AAVpro Purification Kit Maxi (All Serotypes) is a four-prep kit that can be used for purifying AAV of any serotype without the need for ultracentrifugation. The purification yields highly pure AAV particles that can be used directly for in vivo transduction or transduction of cultured cells. Cryonase Cold-Active Nuclease is included. This product allows for purification of four virus preps, each from a culture size of 5 x T225 flasks.

6233 AAVpro® Titration Kit (for Real Time PCR) Ver.2 100 Rxns USD $490.00

The AAVpro Titration Kit (for Real Time PCR) is a kit for determining the titer of adeno-associated virus (AAV) using real-time PCR. This kit contains all of the reagents necessary for extraction of AAV particles from AAV vector-producing cells and real-time PCR assay of virus genome. This kit allows more precise and rapid quantification than conventional DNA blotting or ELISA methods. Quantification is based on amplification of the ITRs (inverted terminal repeats) of AAV, and therefore titer measurement is possible for various serotypes of AAV.