Molecular Grinding Resin™ (34 Citations)
A Grinding Resin For Proteomics & Molecular Biology Applications
Molecular Grinding Resin™ has been specifically developed for effectively grinding small biological samples for the preparation and extraction of DNA, RNA and proteins. The resin consists of high tensile micro-particles, which effectively disrupt nuclei and other cell organelles.
Molecular Grinding Resin™ does not bind proteins or nucleic acids, minimizing loss. Unlike sand or other grinding materials, Molecular Grinding Resin™ is easy to work with and does not damage genomic DNA or high molecular mass proteins. Simply mix the biological sample with Molecular Grinding Resin™ and grind or homogenize the sample.
Molecular Grinding Resin™ is routinely used for isolation of 100kb genomic DNA and RNA. It can be used with any homogenization technique, including high speed mechanical grinders, such as Polytron, and high-energy sonicators.
For added convenience, Molecular Grinding Resin™ is also available with RNase-free disposable matching pestles and 1.5mL microfuge tubes (Cat. No. 786-138PR).
Supplied with enough resin for 200 isolations from 100mg tissue.
- High tensile micro-particles for simple grinding & no damage to samples
- Minimizes loss: no binding of proteins or nucleic acids
- Disposable RNase-free matching pestles & 1.5mL microfuge tubes (Cat. No. 786-138PR)
- Grinding resin & tools for small samples, such as cells & tissues, for proteomics & molecular biology applications
- Preparation & extraction of DNA, RNA & proteins (isolation of 100kb genomic DNA & RNA)
- Use with any homogenization technique, including high-speed mechanical grinders & high-energy sonicators
|Material Safety Data Sheet|
|Molecular Biology Handbook||A guide to our products for DNA and RNA.|
|Protease & Phosphatase Inhibitors & Proteases Handbook||A handbook & selection guide for inhibitors of protease & phosphatases & for proteases & assays|
|Sample Preparation Handbook||For Lysis Buffers, Fractionation, Dialysis, Protein Concentration and Enrichment|