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Isolation of DNA and/or RNA from Microbial cultures

Soil DNA and RNA Isolation Kitsmicrobial dna rna isolation kits
Isolate microbial genomic DNA from Microbial culture, yeast, fungi, bacteria, cultured blood, fecal, food cultured microorganisms and cervical swabs. Enables isolation of high quality, inhibitor-free DNA from difficult sample types.

DNA
  Starting Sample Bead Type IRT

UltraClean® Microbial
DNA Isolation Kit
1.8 ml of sample culture

0.15mm
Garnet
1ml tube

No

PowerLyzer™ UltraClean® Microbial DNA Isolation Kit

1.8 ml of sample culture 0.1mm
Glass
1ml tube

No

BiOstic® Bacteremia
DNA Isolation Kit

1.8 ml of sample culture 0.15mm
Garnet
2ml tube
Yes
PowerFood™ Microbial
DNA Isolation Kit
1.8 ml  of sample culture or 250 mg of sample 0.15mm
Garnet
1ml tube
Yes
UltraClean® -htp 96 Well Microbial DNA Isolation Kit  1.8 ml of sample culture 0.1mm Glass 96 well plate No
PowerMag™ Microbial DNA Isolation Kit  1.8 ml of sample culture 0.1mm Glass 96 well plate Yes
RNA
UltraClean® Microbial
RNA Isolation Kit
1.8 ml of sample culture 0.25mm
Silica Carbide
2ml tube
No
Microbial DNA and RNA from yeast, bacteria and fungi
 
REFERENCES


 

The mgrB gene as a key target for acquired resistance to colistin in Klebsiella pneumoniae.
Laurent Poirel, Aurlie Jayol, Sverine Bontron, Maria-Virginia Villegas, Melda Ozdamar, Salih Trkoglu, Patrice Nordmann
J Antimicrob Chemother, 2015

Insight into the primary mode of action of TiO2 nanoparticles on Escherichia coli in the dark.
Bndicte Sohm, Franoise Immel, Pascale Bauda, Christophe Pagnout
Proteomics, 2015

Prevalence, Genetic Diversity, and Antibiotic Resistance of Bacillus cereus Isolated from Korean Fermented Soybean Products.
Cheol-Woo Kim, Seung-Hak Cho, Suk-Ho Kang, Yong-Bae Park, Mi-Hye Yoon, Jong-Bok Lee, Wan-Seob No, Jung-Beom Kim
J Food Sci, 2015

The old 3-oxoadipate pathway revisited: New insights in the catabolism of aromatics in the saprophytic fungus Aspergillus nidulans.
Tiago M Martins, Diego O Hartmann, Sbastien Planchon, Isabel Martins, Jenny Renaut, Cristina Silva Pereira
Fungal Genet Biol, 2015

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