ZAGENO
Results: 1-12 of 100+ products
Sort by:
Show as:

Extraction & Cleanup on ZAGENO

XK 50/30 Column GE Healthcare
Columns or Beads / Targets / Size Range /
From $ 1,125.00 (1 column)
Sizes 1 (1 column)
Catalog IDs 28988953
Added to comparison view - remove
View Product
Glass beads, acid-washed 425-600 µm (30-40 U.S. sieve) MilliporeSigma
Columns or Beads / Targets / Size Range /
From $ 124.66 (100 g)
Sizes 1 (100 g)
Catalog IDs G8772-100G
Added to comparison view - remove
View Product
DynaMag™-96 Side Skirted Magnet Invitrogen
Target Protein / Sample Amount / Preparation Method /
From Not available
Sizes 1 (1 Magnet)
Catalog IDs 12027
Added to comparison view - remove
View Product
XBridge BEH C18 Column, 130Å, 3.5 μm Waters
Columns or Beads / Targets / Size Range /
From Not available
Sizes 1 (1 Column)
Catalog IDs 186003034
Added to comparison view - remove
View Product
Methylated-DNA IP Kit Zymo Research
Starting Material dsDNA, Genomic DNA Organism / Final Product Methylated DNA
From $ 477.00 (10 Reactions)
Sizes 1 (10 Reactions)
Catalog IDs D5101
Added to comparison view - remove
View Product
ZR-96 BashingBead™ Lysis Rack (2.0 mm) Zymo Research
Columns or Beads Beads Targets / Size Range /
From $ 192.00 (1 Rack)
Sizes 1 (1 Rack)
Catalog IDs S6002-96-2
Added to comparison view - remove
View Product
InGel™ Silver G-Biosciences
Target Protein Total protein Sample Amount 1-2 mm gel cubes Preparation Method Digest, Purification
From $ 194.00 (100 Reactions)
Sizes 1 (100 Reactions)
Catalog IDs 786-241
Added to comparison view - remove
View Product
Perfect-FOCUS™ G-Biosciences
Input Type Purification reaction Targets Proteins Time to Sample 80 min
From $ 231.00 (50 Reactions)
Sizes 1 (50 Reactions)
Catalog IDs 786-124
Added to comparison view - remove
View Product
Tube-O-DIALYZER™ Micro G-Biosciences
Input Type Gel, Other sources, Purification reaction Targets / Time to Sample 2-12 hrs
From $ 142.00 (20 Tubes)
Sizes 3 (20 Tubes)
Catalog IDs 786-610, 786-611, ...
Added to comparison view - remove
View Product
GST Fusion Protein Purification Kit GenScript
Target Protein Tagged protein Sample Amount / Preparation Method Purification
From $ 139.00 (1 Kit)
Sizes 1 (1 Kit)
Catalog IDs L00207
Added to comparison view - remove
View Product
Minute™ Chloroplast Isolation Kit Invent Biotechnologies
Starting Material Tissue Organism Plants Final Product Chloroplasts
From $ 198.00 (50 Preparations)
Sizes 1 (50 Preparations)
Catalog IDs CP-011
Added to comparison view - remove
View Product
PureCube Co-NTA Cartridge Cube Biotech
Columns or Beads Columns Targets Proteins Size Range /
From $ 194.00 (5 Columns)
Sizes 2 (5 Columns)
Catalog IDs 31603, 31607
Added to comparison view - remove
View Product

Obtaining a pure sample for testing, whether it is DNA, RNA or protein usually comprises of two parts: extraction followed by cleanup. Common technologies used include silica membrane spin columns, magnetic beads and solutions such as Trizol and TRI Reagent.

Problems in the lab? Find the solutions in our Knowledge and Troubleshooting sections. Alternatively, our Community of experienced researchers can help! Still confused? See How ZAGENO Works.

Extraction to Preservation

Extraction

Extraction initially isolates the nucleic acid or peptide of interest from its source; this can be tissue, cells or a lysate, but to name a few. Check out our protein purification or plasmid purification troubleshooting guides for guidance.

Cleanup

Cleanup is then employed to remove any remaining contaminants from the final sample, therefore increasing the concentration of the molecule of interest. Cleanup is of particular importance for electrophoresis and PCR. Our DNA Gel Cleanup troubleshoot can provide you with solutions to any problems you encounter.

Enrichment

Enrichment aims to amplify the concentration of a small subset of the target molecule, usually a species which is difficult to acquire in significant volume. Don’t be afraid to make use of our sample enrichment troubleshoot when problems arise. Also, see our RNA enrichment troubleshooting guide, when attempting to deplete ribosomal RNA or enrich mRNA, (through poly-A enrichment).

Preservation

Preservation is usually a final step of sample purification, used to maintain the activity and structure of the sample for future testing. Any technique used needs to prevent degradation, especially from enzymes such as RNase or DNase.