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New at tebu-bio: Omega Bio-Tek Nucleic Acid Isolation Kits

Isolation of DNA / RNA from bacterial cultures, cell culture, tissues, acellular fluids, plants, fungus, insect, mollusk, PCR product… With a diverse portfolio of over 500+ products, Omega Bio-Tek has been at the forefront of the nucleic acid purification realm by providing innovative solutions for clinical & basic research, biotechnology and agriculture applications.

Why choose Omega Bio-Tek as your preferred solution for nucleic acid isolation?

  • Economical - on average, Omega Bio-TEK’s products cost 30% less than the competition
    Try Omega Bio-Tek’s products, you will see a reduction of reagent cost and time investment.
  • High Quality - Omega Bio-Tek performs rigorous quality checks in order to provide high quality nucleic acid purification products that are suitable for various downstream applications.  
    ISO 9001: 2008 certified - Omega Bio-Tek ensures that their products are properly assembled, tested, recorded, stored, and shipped.
  • Versatile -  Alternative options for almost all your nucleic acid purification needs.
  • Individual Components -  kit components can be sold separately, which help you reduce waste.


Serum was separated from a human blood sample spiked with 1x107Hepatitis B viral particles/μL. A 10-fold dilution series of the serum was performed and 50 μL of each dilution was used in the Mag-BIND® Viral RNA/DNA Kit to isolate viral RNA. 2 μL of recovered RNA from each dilution of serum was used as a template in a real-time PCR reaction with SYBR® Green labeling. Each reaction was performed in triplicate. The 5 curves represent the fluoresence versus cycle number for the 5 starting serum concentrations.
4ml DH5α cultures were transformed with pGEM vector according to the manufacturer's recommended protocols. Plasmid DNA concentration was determined by optical density measurements with Thermo Scientific's NanoDrop® 2000c. Total elution volume was 50µL/
40-50 mg of respective leaf tissue was extracted in triplicate according to the manufacturer’s recommended protocols and eluted in 100μL. DNA was analyzed using fluorescent DNA-based quantification method. Total yield was divided by total tissue amount to show ng ofDNA per mg of leaf tissue.