One technology, multiple species
High DNA quality and yield
Simplify workflow significantly
Increase purity & yield across different animal species
Extracting DNA from many types of animal samples often results in unfavorable gDNA yields and purity for downstream applications. The root cause of reduced yield is often differences in cell numbers, for example in blood and tissue, between animal species.
BioEcho’s EchoLUTION extraction technology involves a lysis step that is tailored to various animal sample types, allowing efficient lysis and purification as well as avoiding carryover of contaminants.
Particularly in experiments where sensitivity is of high importance (such as qPCR with limited sample material), EchoLUTION-purified DNA outperforms silica-based technology.
- Up to fivefold more DNA yield than with silica-based kits
- No toxic substances or chaotropic salts, which inhibit downstream applications
The fastest & simplest animal DNA extraction
Tedious bind–wash–elute procedures build a bottleneck in daily routines. Our EchoLUTION technology relies on single-step nucleic acid isolation with a one-minute centrifugation. Nucleic acids pass through the purification matrix without interaction, while impurities are held back and are completely removed. Different from the conventional silica-based bind–wash–elute nucleic acid extraction method, our technology allows today’s fastest and simplest plant DNA extraction with highest purity.
- Process 96 samples in less than 1 hour
- Half the steps of common methods
EchoLUTION Buccal Swab DNA Kit
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EchoLUTION Blood DNA Kit
EchoLUTION Tissue DNA Kit
Nucleic Acid Extraction Service
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Nucleic acid extraction workflow optimization
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