The TruTip Microbial Nucleic Acid Kit is a competitive solution for extracting and purifying total nucleic acid from viruses and bacteria from body fluids such as human plasma and blood culture for use in downstream amplification detection applications. Typical input sample volume is 500 µL and can be achieved in 12-15 minutes. This product does not require major capital equipment, service contracts, labor-intensive processes or hazardous organic extractions.
R.C. Holmberg, A. Gindlesperger, T. Stokes, D. Lopez, L. Hyman, M. Souza, P. Belgrader, J. Harvey, and Z. Li. Akonni TruTip® and Qiagen® methods for extraction of fetal circulating DNA – evaluation by real-time and digital PCR. PLoS ONE 8(8): e73068. http://dx.plos.org/10.1371/journal.pone.0073068.
S.B. Griesemer, R.C. Holmberg, C.G. Cooney, N. Thakore, A. Gindlesperger, C. Knickerbocker, D.P. Chandler and K. St. George. 2013. Automated, simple and efficient influenza RNA extraction from clinical respiratory swabs using TruTip and epMotion. Journal of Clinical Virology 58(1): 138-143.
Sebastian T, Golova JB, Gindlesperger A, Parker J, Qu P, Cooney CG, Holmberg RC. 2014. Development of an integrated amplification microarray system in microfluidic flow cell for Warfarin Genotyping. Clin Chim Acta. 2014, 429:198-205.
R.C. Holmberg, A. Gindlesperger, T. Stokes, D. Brady, N. Thakore, P. Belgrader, C.G. Cooney, D.P. Chandler. 2013. High-throughput, automated extraction of DNA and RNA from clinical samples using TruTip® technology on common liquid handling robots. Journal of Visualized Experiments. http://www.jove.com/video/50356
D. P. Chandler, S. B. Griesemer, C. G. Cooney, R. Holmberg, N. Thakore, R. Mokhiber, P. Belgrader, C. Knickerbocker, J. Schied, and K. St. George. 2012. Rapid, simple influenza RNA extraction from nasopharyngeal samples. J. Virol. Methods. 183: 8– 13.
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