Adenovirus Purification Miniprep Kit

  • Achieve the quality of CsCl procedures in <2 hours, without ultracentrifugation
  • Recover >90% adenoviral yield

 

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ViraBind™ Adenovirus Miniprep Kit
Catalog Number
VPK-099
Size
10 preps
Detection
N/A
Manual/Data Sheet Download
SDS Download
Price
$485.00
Product Details

Purification of viruses via cesium chloride ultracentrifugation procedures can be tedious and time-consuming. ViraBind™ Adenovirus Purification Kits provide a much more efficient system for fast adenoviral purification with high yields. The ViraBind™ Adenovirus Miniprep Kit uses a special spin column to purify supernatant from a single T75 flask or 10cm dish per prep in about 30 minutes.

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