Purigen Biosystems started in 2012 as a Stanford University spinout to commercialize the isotachophoresis (ITP) method for extracting nucleic acids. ITP achieves nucleic acid separation by running cell lysate through a microfluidic chip with an electric current. Nowadays, Purigen Biosystems’ transformative Ionic® Purification System provides a hands-free solution for extracting DNA and RNA from biological samples.
The flagships of Purigen Biosystems are the FFPE isolation kits that allow for nucleic acid purification with as little as 5 min hands-on time per sample achieving unprecedented quality and yields from complicated FFPE samples, crucial in oncology research and diagnostics! As Purigen Biosystems is still a fresh company, new applications for various samples just launched or are under development.
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