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Sonicated Human Genomic DNA (Hybridime)

Sonicated Human Genomic DNA has been purified from human placentae by phenol extraction. Also known as Hybridime.


Catalogue No.DescriptionPack SizePriceQty
CA-972-01Human Genomic DNA (sonicated) Hybridime1 mg POA Quantity Add to Order
CA-972-05Human Genomic DNA (sonicated) Hybridime10 mg POA Quantity Add to Order
CA-972-06Human Genomic DNA (sonicated) Hybridime100 mg POA Quantity Add to Order


Cambio high quality human placental genomic sonicated DNA (Hybridime)

DNA derived from placentae is composed of that from the foetal cells and also a sma

ll number of maternal cells. The maternal cells fall away with the placenta when it is delivered following birth. Human placental genomic DNA is uniquely suited to many different uses in molecular biology. It can be used in applications where nucleic acid blocking is required such as Southern hybridisation, specialised cytogenetic assays, fluorescence in situ hybridisation (FISH), Northern hybridisation or other assays where a DNA blocking agent is required.


Cambio’s sonciated human placental genomic DNA is total genomic DNA and will specifically block human random repeat sequences making it an ideal blocker for hybridisation experiments.

Our Sonicated DNA can be supplied as convenient small pack sizes (10 mg) or in bulk (gram quantities) as required. 


Blocking agent for a wide range of different DNA- or RNA-based applications, including but not limited to:

  • Southern hybridisation
  • Northern hybridisation
  • Applications employing nucleic acid probes
  • Nucleic acid binding assays
  • Fluorescence in-situ Hybridisation (FISH)
  • Cytogenetic assays
Please contact if you have specific requirements for your workflow for the peak size of sonicated DNA fragments.

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