TBONE EX Kit,TBEW200
Cat. No. TBEW200
Store at Room Temperature
Size 1 kit (20 rxns)
Easy DNA extraction kit from tough tissues (Tooth or Bone)
So far, it has been a burdensome task to get DNA from tough tissues such as tooth and bone, as the samples should be ground into powder before extraction. Furthermore, this method may cause contamination.
TBONE EX Kit lets you skip this burdensome sample preparation step before extraction.
Without grinding, genomic DNA can be extracted. The obtained DNA can be used for further analysis, such as mitochondrial DNA sequencing, short tandem repeat (STR) genotyping, etc.
During DNA extraction procedure, conventional DNA extraction kit is also required separately.
Manufacturer recommends : QIAamp® DNA Blood Mini Kit (#51104, QIAGEN) as a compatible kit.
Other reagents not included in the kit are described on the instruction for use.
Features and Benefits
- For tough tissues
- Tooth or Bone
- Easy procedure
- No burdensome step is required, and precious sample will be reserved.
- The obtained DNA can be used for further analysis
- Mitochondrial DNA sequencing, short tandem repeat (STR) genotyping, etc.
- 20 reactions / kit
- Forensic Research
- Archaeological Research
- Solution A (20 bottles)
- Solution B (20 bottles)
- Solution C (20 bottles)
- EVALUATION OF A NEW EXPERIMENTAL KIT FOR THE EXTRACTION OF DNA FROM BONES AND TEETH USING A NON-POWDER METHOD.
- Kitayama et.al. Leg Med (Tokyo). 2010 Mar;12(2):84-9. Epub 2010 Jan 27.
- DNA IDENTIFICATION OF SKELETAL REMAINS BY USING A NEW EXTRACTION KIT
- Kazuho Maeda et.al. Forensic Science International: Genetics Supplement Series 4 (2013) e242-e243
- DEVELOPMENT OF A MODIFIED DNA CHIP FOR ACCURATE HUMAN ABO GENOTYPING
- Ken Watanabe et.al. Japanese Journal of Forensic Science and Technology, 20(1), 41-50(2015)
- Presentations at 7th Asian Forensic Sciences Network Annual meeting and Symposium
- Yuko Takagi et.al. Kuala Lumpur. 2015
- Presentation at The Australian and New Zealand Forensic Science Society 23rd International Symposium
- Kageyasu Takanashi et al., Auckland, 2016