Magnetic beads suit genomics and proteomics
Magsi magnetic beads
Amsbio has launched a range of Magsi magnetic beads that covers most of the application areas in genomics and proteomics.
The beads incorporate a novel ferro fluid to combine the advantages of small beads and large surface with the magnetic performance and strength of larger beads.
While the high magnetic current (HMC) beads typically offer four-to-six times faster separation than competitive products, they are also said to offer a solution for replacing other brands without major changes in protocols or handling.
Other advantages of Magsi beads with HMC technology include higher yields, especially in assays with complex binding kinetics, faster protocols can be used even in highly viscous solvents and samples, and they offer better reproducibility, according to Amsbio.
The products are proven in low-, medium- and high-throughput protocols.
The Magsi particles are high-quality magnetic beads with unique surface and physical properties, the company said.
Magsi products have a proven track record for manual use as well as for many robotic platforms.
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