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The processing of diverse starting materials with only one universal extraction kit offers enormous flexibility and is of special interest in veterinary diagnostics. The innuPREP AniPath DNA/RNA Kit 2.0 – KFFLX is optimized for the automated extraction of pathogen DNA and RNA using the KingFisher FLEX system (Thermo Fisher Scientific) and can handle most kinds of starting material: cell-free body fluids such as serum and plasma, whole blood, nasopharyngeal swabs, tissue and fecal samples.
The innuPREP Blood DNA Kit - KFFLX is an optimized extraction kit for isolating DNA from 200 µl whole blood samples. Using the KingFisher FLEX processor allows researchers to extract nucleic acids from up to 96 samples in parallel within a very short period of time.
The innuPREP RNA Virus PLUS Kit - KFFLX can be used to automate extraction of viral RNA from up to 96 samples in just approx. 45 minutes. The method is based on magnetic particle separation and on the use of patented extraction chemistry in the KingFisher FLEX system. It can be used for isolating from a wide variety of starting materials, such as cell-free bodily fluids, biopsies, swabs and stool samples.
The innuPREP SE Blood direct HMW DNA Kit - KFFLX has been designed for automated isolation of high molecular weight DNA (HMW) from 200 µl fresh whole blood stabilized with EDTA, citrate or heparin or sampled with PAXgene® Blood DNA Tubes based on a patented technology.
The innuPREP SE Blood&Eukaryotic Cells UHMW DNA Kit - KFFLX has been designed for automated isolation of ultra high molecular weight (UHMW) from cultivated eukaryotic cells or peripheral blood mononuclear cells (PBMC) derived from fresh or frozen blood stabilized with EDTA, citrate or heparin based on a patented technology.
The innuPREP Virus DNA/RNA Kit - KFml is an extraction system for isolating viral DNA and RNA simultaneously. The kit is suitable for use with an extremely wide variety of starting materials. Binding nucleic acids to magnetic particles forms the basis for the automated routine, along with the use of the KingFisher ml processor.