MALBAC® Single Cell Whole Genome Amplification Kit

Based on the patented MALBAC® technology from Harvard University, Yikon Genomics Single Cell Whole Genome Amplification Kit can effectively produce 2-5μg of gDNA within 4 hours from single cell or equivalent gDNA quantity. This kit is highly desirable for many applications where the amount of DNA template is limited, such as less than a hundred cells or less than ng of DNA. For most mammalian cells, such as blastomeres, polar bodies, single cells, sperm, etc, this kit can achieve an amplification success rate of over 96%, and consistent amplification efficiency in both AT- and GC-rich regions. It has been successfully used in the research fields of tumors, nerves, reproduction, stem cells, metagenomics and preimplantation genetic test(PGT).

MALBAC® Single Cell DNA Quick-Amp Kit

Based on the patented MALBAC® technology from Harvard University, Yikon Genomics Single Cell Whole Genome Amplification Kit can effectively produce 2-5μg of gDNA within 4 hours from single cell or equivalent gDNA quantity. This kit is highly desirable for many applications where the amount of DNA template is limited, such as less than a hundred cells or less than ng of DNA. For most mammalian cells, such as blastomeres, polar bodies, single cells, sperm, etc, this kit can achieve an amplification success rate of over 96%, and consistent amplification efficiency in both AT- and GC-rich regions. It has been successfully used in the research fields of tumors, nerves, reproduction, stem cells, metagenomics and preimplantation genetic test (PGT).

MALBAC® Platinum Single Cell RNA Amplification Kit

MALBAC® Platinum Single Cell RNA Amplification Kit specifically performs reverse transcription for mRNA in single cell or few cells, and uses patented MALBAC® Template-switching technology to add adapter containing a quantitative molecular tag to the 3' end of the cDNA, by which the 3' amplification preference and the contamination of genomic DNA and rRNA in the cDNA synthesis process are effectively avoided, so that the gene expression file is accurately retained and quantified.