NucleoBond® Xtra Maxi EF

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740417 NucleoBond® Xtra Buffer Set I Each USD $55.20

NucleoBond Xtra Buffer Set I buffer set for the isolation of low-copy plasmids, BACs, PACs, and P1 constructs, only applicable with NucleoBond Xtra kits, sufficient for 12 Xtra Maxi preps or 18 Xtra Midi preps - Buffer RES, Buffer LYS, Buffer NEU, RNase A

740415 NucleoBond® Xtra Combi Rack Each USD $84.40

NucleoBond Xtra Combi Rack rack for use with NucleoBond Xtra Midi, Xtra Maxi, Xtra BAC, AX 100, AX 500, AX 2000, and AX 10000 Columns pack of 1

740427 NucleoBond® Xtra EF Buffer Set I Each USD $58.40

NucleoBond Xtra EF Buffer Set I buffer set for the isolation of endotoxin-free low-copy plasmids, BACs, PACs, and P1 constructs, only applicable with NucleoBond Xtra EF kits, sufficient for 12 Xtra Maxi preps or 18 Xtra Midi preps - Buffer RES-EF, Buffer

740435.50 NucleoSnap® Finisher Maxi 50 Preps USD $249.00

Eluates from anion exchange plasmid preparations (such as NucleoBond midipreps and maxipreps) contain high salt concentrations. Macherey-Nagel has developed a new vacuum-driven accessory, the NucleoSnap Finisher Midi/Maxi kits, that allow you to desalt and concentrate plasmid DNA in a few minutes without any loss of yield or quality. These kits are the fastest way to desalt and concentrate DNA after your NucleoBond plasmid DNA preps. NucleoSnap Finisher Midi/Maxi kits supersede the commonly used and time-consuming isopropanol precipitation and centrifugation steps by allowing rapid DNA precipitation and concentration of large volumes under vacuum.

Cat. # 740435.50 includes sufficient quantities of reagents and materials for processing of 50 samples.

740490.250 NucleoSpin® Plasmid Transfection-grade 250 Preps USD $369.00

NucleoSpin Plasmid Transfection-grade is a fast miniprep kit that uses a new technology developed by Macherey-Nagel to reduce the level of endotoxins co-purified during plasmid preparations from bacterial lysates. Since endotoxins interfere with eukaryotic cell survival, endotoxin reduction is essential prior to cell transfection.