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Whether you are searching for a DNA purification kit or outfitting a cGMP facility, GEN’s comprehensive new product database is your first and only stop. Conveniently categorized and searchable, the database covers the latest innovations from industry-leading suppliers.

qPCR Kit

Kapa Biosystems

Kapa Probe Force is a highly inhibitor resistant qPCR master mix that removes the need for DNA purification, enabling streamlined sample-to-quantitation in less than an hour. The master mix cocktail contains a high-performance engineered DNA pol...

Clear Bottom Assay Plates

Porvair Sciences

The Krystal 2000 microplate range has been optimized for luminescence and fluorescence assays. The special design of the plate eliminates well-to-well optical crosstalk inherent with other clear bottomed microplate designs, providing increased a...

Next-Gen Sequencing Reference Standard

SeraCare Life Sciences

The Seraseq™ Solid Tumor Mutation Mix Mix—I (AF20) is a biosynthetic reference material designed to evaluate the performance of next-generation sequencing (NGS) based tumor profiling assays. This product contains specific eng...

Multiplex Assay System for Fungal Infections

Renishaw Diagnostics

RenDx Multiplex Assay System together with its first assay, Fungiplex, is an in vitro multiplex PCR test for the qualitative detection of Candida and Aspergillus DNA extracted from blood samples. This assay is designed for use on the RenDx Multi...

Temperature Control for Biological Samples

Asynt

The ChilliBlock is a new modular system designed for precise, controlled cooling and heating of biological samples in microplates, vials, and microcentrifuge tubes. ChilliBlock can be used directly in conjunction with an ice bath keeping your sa...

Gene-Expression Microarrays

Agilent Technologies

SurePrint gene expression microarrays for messenger RNA profiling applications for human, mouse, and rat models are now available. The updates are designed to improve coding and noncoding content, which will provide up-to-date tools for research...

Interaction Analysis System

Pall ForteBio

The Octet K2 ® system offers high-performance, budget-friendly kinetic characterization of antibody, protein, and small-molecule binding interactions. It enables large and small molecule analysis for low-throughput users. The 2-channel s...

NGS Library Preparation for Cell-Free DNA

Rubicon Genomics

ThruPLEX ® Plasma-seq is powered by ThruPLEX chemistry to generate NGS libraries from cell-free DNA isolated from plasma. The chemistry is optimized specifically for cell-free DNA to maximize the library complexity and to preserve the GC...

Human Hepatocyte Alternative

Corning Life Sciences

HepatoCells are an alternative to primary human hepatocytes for ADME/Tox research. HepatoCells are single-use, cryopreserved cells derived from primary human hepatocytes using immortalization technology. These cells exhibit the distinct morpholo...

Evaporator for Tube and Vial Samples

Asynt

The Smart Evaporator uses a vacuum-assisted vortex concentration technology and is suited for labs tasked with drying sample tubes and vials. The spiral air flow generated by this concentration technology allows the Smart Evaporator to quickly c...

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