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BioChain's genomic DNA gives you and your research team easy access to high quality material, isolated from a comprehensive, well-documented tissue bank, without having to spend time isolating it yourselves.  Since BioChain has b...(Expand Details)een isolating genomic DNA for over 20 years, you can be sure that you're going to get a high quality product that lacks contaminants, and is ready to use for your research. Since you need to achieve accurate results, you need to source your DNA from suppliers who have an extensive collection of well-documented and quality controlled source materials.  BioChain can provide that, since we are expert at both purifying DNA from myriad tissue types and at sourcing high quality, well documented, accurately identified starting materials.  Our genomic DNAs are ready to use for SNP analysis, DNA...(Expand Details) methylation studies, copy number variation (CNV) analysis, comparative genomic hybridization (CGH), Southern Blotting, next generation sequencing, and PCR.

The genomic DNA offered by BioChain comes from many different sources, including over 100 different human normal tissues, as well as samples from diseased organs and tumors.  We also offer mouse, rat, monkey, and plant materials. This variety of options means that no matter the research you're pursuing, you will likely find what you need from BioChain.  One of the main benefits of purchasing genomic DNA from BioChain is that it will save you a lot of time and effort. The time you may have normally spent isolating DNA can now be put to better use.  Additionally, you will have access to a wide variety of well characterized and documented source materials.  BioChain also offers custom procurement and extraction services, in case you can't find what you need in our catalog.

Features of Genomic DNA



  • Genomic DNA isolated from almost any tissues of human, animal, and plants

  • Decontamination of polysaccharide and proteoglycan

  • Male and female control genomic DNAs from humans and various animal species

  • FFPE DNAs from various sources

  • Extensive quality control procedures ensure high quality genomic DNA

  • High efficiency in PCR

  • Documentation of tissues' clinical histories available


Applications Of Genomic DNA



  • SNP analysis, Southern Blotting, and PCR

  • Genomic DNA methylation study

  • Copy number variation (CNV) study

  • Comparative genomic hybridization (CGH) study

  • Genomic DNA library construction

  • Profiling study in gene expression


Quality Control of Genomic DNA



  • The quality and purity of genomic DNA were tested by spectrophotometer and electrophoresis

  • A260/280 is between 1.8 and 2.0 (detected in 10 mM Tris-Cl, pH 7.5)

  • Plant genomic DNA concentration is determined by pico green measurement while other genomic

  • DNA concentration is determined by UV260 measurement

  • RNase treatment to ensure the RNA contamination is eliminated

  • Hind III digestion test: genomic DNA was successfully digested by Hind III

  • ß-actin expression was tested by PCR amplification for Genomic DNA or PCR ready genomic DNA

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