The GF-1 Viral Nucleic Acid Extraction Kit is designed for rapid and efficient purification of viral DNA/RNA from samples such as serum, plasma, body fluid or virus-infected cell culture supernatant. The purification is based on the usage of denaturing agents to provide efficient cell lysis, denaturation of proteins and subsequent release of DNA or RNA. Special buffers provided in the kit are optimized to enhance the binding of DNA or RNA onto a specially-treated glass filter membrane for efficient recovery of highly pure DNA or RNA.
- No organic-based extraction required.
- Highly pure DNA or RNA, ready to use for routine molecular biology applications such as PCR and RT-PCR.
- Buffer VL
- Wash Buffer 1 (concentrate)
- Wash Buffer 2 (concentrate)
- Elution Buffer (concentrate)
- Proteinase K (concentrate)
|Catalog No||Description||Pack Size|
|GF-RD-025||GF-1 Viral Nucleic Acid Extraction Kit||25 preps|
|GF-RD-050||GF-1 Viral Nucleic Acid Extraction Kit||50 preps|
|GF-RD-100||GF-1 Viral Nucleic Acid Extraction Kit||100 preps|
Stability Test Report
This Product Has Been Used In:
Khalafalla, A.I., Al-Busada, K.A., & El-Sabagh, I.M. (2015) Multiplex PCR for Rapid Diagnosis and Differentiation of Pox and Pox-like Diseases in Dromedary Camels. Virology Journal. 12(102), p. 1-10.
Nikoozad, R., Mahzounieh, M.R., & Ghorani, M.R. (2015) Detection of Parvovirus B19 Infection in Thalasemic Patients in Isfahan Province, Iran. Jundishapur Journal of Microbiology. 8(11).
Fatima, Z., et. al (2013) Change in Demographic Pattern of Dengue Virus Infection: Evidence from 2011 Dengue Outbreak in Punjab, Pakistan Public Health
Hussain, A. and Idrees, M. (2013) The First Complete Genome Sequence of HCV-1a from Pakistan and a Phylogenetic Analysis with Complete Genomes from the Rest of the World. Virol J.;10: 211.
Hohmann, H., Lamoller, L., Klein-Unseld, R., Maxeiner, H.G., Bechter, K., Schneider, M. (2012) Classification of free nucleic acids in cerebrospinal fluid of psychiatric patients. Neurology, Psychiatry and Brain Research. 18 (2) pp.60