PAXgene Blood DNA Kit
Whole blood에서 genomic DNA를 500 ug까지 분리 정제할 수 있습니다
The PAXgene Blood DNA system consists of PAXgene Blood DNA Tubes, for blood collection and stabilization, and the PAXgene Blood DNA Kit, for DNA purification in a single-tube procedure.
For Research Use Only. Not for use in diagnostics procedures. No claim or representation is intended to provide information for the diagnosis, prevention, or treatment of a disease.
The fully automated QIAsymphony PAXgene Blood ccfDNA Kit procedure generates ccfDNA yields comparable to the manual QIAamp Circulating Nucleic Acid Kit procedure (see figure High performance, comparable to QIAamp Circulating Nucleic Acid Kit). Since yield is strongly dependent of donor, individual yields may vary. Onboard measures of the QIAsymphony SP minimize cross-contamination.
Apoptosis and lysis of white blood cells in unstabilized whole blood releases genomic DNA into plasma, which dilutes naturally occurring ccfDNA. PAXgene Blood ccfDNA Tubes contain an additive that prevents blood coagulation and immediately stabilizes blood cells via a non-crosslinking stabilization solution (see figure PCR results from blood collected in PAXgene Blood ccfDNA Tubes remain stable over storage time). This impedes the release of intracellular DNA and maintains constant ccfDNA levels in plasma. When used with PAXgene Blood ccfDNA Tubes, the proven magnetic particle technology of the QIAsymphony PAXgene Blood ccfDNA Kit provides a rapid, automated procedure to isolate ccfDNA of high quality and purity (see figure Isolated ccfDNA is compatible with methylation-specific downstream applications).
The workflow begins with a centrifugation step that separates plasma from the cellular fraction of the whole blood collected into PAXgene Blood ccfDNA Tubes. The plasma is then carefully transferred into a second tube. A second centrifugation step can be carried out optionally to remove any traces of buffy coat. The pure plasma is then transferred to a third tube which is loaded into the QIAsymphony SP.
The DNA can be used in a wide range of downstream applications, including:
PCR and quantitative, real-time PCR
SNP discovery and validation
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