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Pole genes, also known as DNA polymerase epsilon (POLE), are involved in the replication of DNA during cell division. Mutations in these genes have been linked to various types of cancer, including endometrial, colorectal, and gastric cancer. Accurate diagnosis of these cancers requires reliable and fast extraction of high-quality DNA from cancer tissues. BioVendor, a company specializing in developing innovative diagnostic products, has recently launched the new FastGen Pole Cancer kit. This kit promises to provide fast and reliable extraction of high-quality DNA from pole gene mutant cancer tissues, aiding in the diagnosis and treatment of these types of cancers.
Features of the FastGen Pole Cancer Kit: The FastGen Pole Cancer kit is specifically designed to extract DNA from pole gene mutant cancer tissues. The kit utilizes a rapid and efficient magnetic bead-based extraction method that enables the isolation of high-quality DNA in just 90 minutes. The kit also includes an optimized lysis buffer that effectively lyses the cancer cells and releases the DNA, resulting in high yield and quality DNA.
One of the key features of the FastGen Pole Cancer kit is its ability to extract DNA from small biopsy samples, making it ideal for early diagnosis of pole gene mutant cancers. The kit is also compatible with various downstream applications, including PCR, qPCR, and NGS, making it versatile and useful in a variety of applications, including cancer research, diagnostics, and personalized medicine.
The FastGen Pole Cancer kit also includes a range of quality control measures to ensure high-quality DNA extraction. The kit includes a positive control and a negative control to monitor the efficiency of the extraction process and detect any contamination.
In some cases, the kit may also include a magnetic stand or plate that is used to separate the magnetic beads from the solution. Additionally, some versions of the kit may include additional reagents, such as proteinase K or RNase A, that help to further purify the DNA.