LigoChem, a company based in Fairfield New Jersey, has introduced ProCipitate for the rapid and efficient isolation of nucleic acids. Based on patented Polymer Bridging Network technology, ProCipitate is one of a family of reagents with unique properties:
Electropherosequence data of BAC DNA prepared by the TIGR ProCipitate Filterplate (TPF) method. Good quality DNA is consistently obtained with this method, which, using ABD BigDye Terminator sequencing chemistry -- yields high signal strengths, low backgrounds and long reads.
LigoChem's ProCipitate AI Work: Protein binds witin the polymer matrix of ProCipitate while the unreacted nucleic acid is rejected into the supernatant.
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