CARLSBAD, Calif., Aug. 27 /PRNewswire/ -- MO BIO Laboratories, Inc., the leader in soil, water and microbial nucleic acid purification, announced today that the company's DNA isolation products were used to analyze DNA from microbes sampled from the oil plume created by the Deepwater Horizon explosion. The study published this week in the journal Science, examined the prevalence of hydrocarbon degrading genes in microbial populations at sites with varying concentrations of oil contaminants. Products from MO BIO Laboratories were used in collecting microbial samples, and in producing high quality inhibitor free DNA suitable for genetic analysis. Obtaining quality DNA from complex environmental samples is a rate limiting factor in studying oil containing samples and MO BIO Laboratories' Inhibitor Removal Technology® was key to overcoming this problem. MO BIO Laboratories continues to support the microbial ecology community in analyzing samples collected from the oil spill area in the Gulf, with products and protocols optimized for complex microbial samples. Visit www.mobio.com/oilspill for more information.
MO BIO Laboratories, Inc. (www.mobio.com) has developed innovative tools for researchers in Molecular Biology since 1993. A global leader in solutions for soil, water and microbial nucleic acid purification, MO BIO's Power® kits contain patented Inhibitor Removal Technology® for removal of PCR inhibiting substances during the nucleic acid purification procedure. For samples that do not require inhibitor removal, MO BIO's UltraClean® line includes optimized products for DNA and RNA isolation from a variety of sample types. Also for clinical samples, the BiOstic™ kits provide solutions for higher yields and purity of nucleic acids. At MO BIO Laboratories, Inc., our focus is quality products that work!
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