DNA decontamination: DNA-ExitusPlus in comparison with conventional reagents

Esser, Karl-Heinz; Marx, Wolfram H.; Lisowsky, Thomas
February 2006
Nature Methods;Feb2006, Vol. 3 Issue 2, p1
Academic Journal
Here we present a completely new DNA decontamination reagent, DNA-ExitusPlus. In comparison with conventional products, DNA-ExitusPlus guarantees fast and efficient destruction of nucleic acids without corrosive or toxic properties. DNA-ExitusPlus was developed by AppliChem GmbH, Darmstadt, in cooperation with multiBIND biotec GmbH, Dortmund.


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