Blood and tissue genomic DNA isolation

Mag-BIND® Blood & Tissue DNA HDQ 96 Kit

Mag-BIND® Blood & Tissue DNA HDQ 96 Kit offers a rapid, high throughput, cost-effective solution for purifying high quality genomic DNA from from 100 to 250 µl of blood samples: (we have also solutions for volumes as large as 10 ml), saliva, swabs, mouse tails, dried blood spots, tissues, or 5x10^6 cultured cells. Mag-BIND® Particles HDQ provide quick magnetic response times thereby reducing overall processing time.

Product Details

The kit is automatable on most open-ended automated platforms and is very time-efficient as 384 samples can be processed in 2 hours. This system combines the reversible nucleic acid-binding properties of Mag-BIND® paramagnetic particles with the proven efficiency of Omega Bio-tek’s buffer chemistry to provide a rapid and robust method to isolate DNA from a variety of biological samples. The system yields high quality DNA that is suitable for direct use in most downstream applications, such as amplification, NGS, and enzymatic reactions.

  • Rapid - Process 384 samples in 2 hours
  • Bead-based - Scalable DNA purification; 100 to 250 µl input
    (we have solutions for volumes of blood of up to 10 ml)
  • Quality - High quality DNA suitable for qPCR, NGS, etc
  • Automatable - Adaptable on most open-ended liquid handlers
  • Cost-effective - On average 60% less than the competition
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Scientific publication list


Genome-wide gene-based analysis suggests an association between Neuroligin 1 (NLGN1) and post-traumatic stress disorder

V.Kilaru, S.V.Iyer, L.M.Almi, J.S.Stevens, A.Lori, T.Jovanovic, T.D.Ely, B.Bradley, E.B.Binder, N.Koen, D.J.Stein, K. N. Conneely, A.P.Wingo, A.K.Smith, K.J.Ressler


Population structure of a migratory small coastal shark, the blacknose shark Carcharhinus acronotus, across cryptic barriers to gene flow

Pavel Dimens


Biological studies and evaluation of Scymnus coniferarum crotch, a predator of hemlock woolly adelgid from western North America

Molly Norton Darr