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Generating large DNA fragments for library construction or sequencing

Jul 12, 2017

HydroShear Plus represents the second generation of DNA shearing systems utilizing hydrodynamic force for semi-automated reliable and reproducible fragmentation of a genomic DNA into fragments larger than 0.8kB. It is the only system in the current market for reliable and consistent preparation of large DNA fragments necessary for genomic library construction and third-generation sequencing. The system consists of four major parts: the basic mechanical unit, interchangeable shearing assembly, software and consumables. All parts are available for purchase through either Digilab or its distributors both individually and in combination. The DNA fragment size depends on the type of shearing assembly and the speed at which the DNA passes through it. For generation of large fragments, a large shearing assembly suits the best.

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