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MO BIO Laboratories, Inc. Becomes Exclusive Sponsor Of Nature's Human Microbiota Special
Date:8/21/2012

CARLSBAD, Calif., Aug. 21, 2012 /PRNewswire/ -- MO BIO Laboratories, Inc., the leader in microbial nucleic acid purification, is pleased to announce their sponsorship of Nature's Special: Human Microbiota, enabling free access to four of Nature's recent human microbiome publications.

"MO BIO is committed to furthering human microbiome research through the development of nucleic acid isolation kits optimized for difficult samples, including stool and gut material," Mark Brolaski, President and CEO of MO BIO Laboratories, said. "We are proud to have the opportunity to make these important human microbiome publications freely available to the scientific community."

Free access to four recent human microbiome publications is available now. For more information, visit the MO BIO website (www.mobio.com/microbiome).

MO BIO Laboratories, Inc. (www.mobio.com) has developed innovative tools for researchers in molecular biology since 1993. MO BIO's PowerSoil DNA and PowerMicrobiome™ RNA Isolation Kits are designed for fast and easy purification of nucleic acids from samples high in PCR inhibitors; including stool and gut material. Patented Inhibitor Removal Technology® ensures complete removal of inhibitory substances from digested food, heme from lysed red blood cells, and other PCR inhibitors. Nucleic acids are ready to use in the most demanding downstream applications, including qPCR and next generation sequencing. MO BIO's new PowerMag™ Soil DNA Isolation Kit is also available for high-throughput, hands-free isolation of DNA from stool and gut samples. It is MO BIO's aim to make researchers' working lives more productive and efficient, creating time to focus on what is critical, not just in work, but in life.


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