DNA and RNA from pathogens

Nucleic acids from pathogens

DNA and RNA isolation from pathogens

Plasma, serum, and other body fluids are important sources of genetic material for an increasing number of genomic downstream applications. However, the low concentration of nucleic acids in the primary samples pose a challenge to the efficient high-throughput isolation of pathogenic DNA and RNA from these sources. PerkinElmer chemagen has optimized its chemistry and protocols to obtain high yields of pure viral or bacterial DNA and RNA. The nucleic acids purified using PerkinElmer chemagen workflows are suitable for a wide range of applications, from genetic testing to viral and bacterial infection detection using different kinds of analysis such as NGS, quantitative and digital PCR, hybridization, and many more.

For research use only. Not for use in diagnostic procedures.