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Wizard® MagneSil® Sequencing Reaction Clean-Up System

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Description

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High-Throughput Purification of DNA from Sanger Sequencing Reactions

 

The Wizard® MagneSil® Sequencing Reaction Clean-Up System is designed for high-throughput, automated purification of sequencing reactions, including BigDye® Terminator reactions. Cleanup is performed using MagneSil® GREEN Paramagnetic Particles with standard, nonskirted 96-well amplification plates. No user intervention is required from the time the plates are placed on the instrument until the samples are ready for loading onto the fluorescent DNA sequencer. Purified products are approved for fluorescent sequencing reactions (Phred* 20 quality scores ≥650 bases). Protocols are available for automated instruments from Beckman Coulter and Tecan.

The system relies upon the MagnaBot® II for magnetic separation. The Plate Clamp 96 and Plate Stand are recommended for automated use because they ensure PCR plates are uniformly flat for liquid transfer on a robotic instrument.

*A Phred score is a widely recognized method to measure the quality of DNA sequences. Phred is a base-calling program for DNA sequence traces available from Codoncode Corporation.

Protocols

Complete Protocol

Wizard® MagneSil® Sequencing Reaction Clean-Up System Technical Bulletin


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What’s in the box ?

Item Part # Size
MagneSil® GREEN A8231 1 × 100ml
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Use Restrictions

For Research Use Only. Not for Use in Diagnostic Procedures.

Storage Conditions

What’s in the box ?

Item Part # Size
MagneSil® GREEN A8231 2 x 100ml
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Use Restrictions

For Research Use Only. Not for Use in Diagnostic Procedures.

Storage Conditions

What’s in the box?

MagneSil® GREEN A8231 25 × 100ml
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Use Restrictions

For Research Use Only. Not for Use in Diagnostic Procedures.

Storage Conditions