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New England BioLabs

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Environmentally Friendly DNA Purification Kits

New England BioLabs

Monarch Nucleic Acid Purification Kits are a new family of products utilizing a unique column design, as well as optimized protocols and buffer systems, for robust DNA cleanup and purification of plasmid DNA. The kits are purposely designed to m...

DNA Library Prep Kit for Next-Gen Sequencing

New England BioLabs

The NEBNext Ultra™ II DNA Library Prep Kit for Illumina ® next generation sequencing systems improves upon its predecessor to produce libraries of both higher quality and higher yield from a variety of sample types, such as for...

qPCR-Based Library Quantitation Solution

New England BioLabs

The NEBNext Library Quant Kit for Illumina ® is a qPCR-based solution for next-generation sequencing library quantitation. This kit can offer greater accuracy, high correlation with cluster numbers, high reproducibility, a more convenien...

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