The extraction, preparation, and verification of nucleic acids can often require extensive amounts of time, labor, and expense. Save time and money with ready-to-use nucleic acids isolated from ATCC Genuine Cultures® or synthetically developed by the experts in microbial genomics.
Skip in vitro with ATCC® Genuine Nucleics
ATCC® Genuine Nucleics represents the largest and most diverse array of native, synthetic, and certified reference materials for use in molecular-based assays, quality control, and assay development.
Each ATCC preparation of high-quality DNA and RNA is isolated or synthetically derived under aseptic conditions to prevent cross-contamination. What’s more, you can trust that the Genuine Nucleics you obtain from ATCC have been fully authenticated and characterized by one or more of the following analyses:
- Agarose gel electrophoresis to ensure integrity
- Spectrophotometry to evaluate purity
- PicoGreen®, RiboGreen®, or Droplet Digital™ PCR to calculate concentration
- PCR to confirm functional activity
- Sequence analysis of conserved genomic regions to confirm species identity
Let ATCC help you get your research moving faster with ATCC® Genuine Nucleics!
Native nucleic acids are aseptically prepared from minimally-passaged ATCC Genuine Cultures® that have been phenotypically and genotypically authenticated to confirm species identity and functional activity. These whole genome preparations save you the time and cost associated with culturing and extracting nucleic acids yourself.
Synthetic nucleic acids are designed and developed by the experts in microbial genomics to include key target regions from difficult-to-culture, unculturable, or high-containment microorganisms. Each preparation is supported by stringent quality control analyses to ensure product identity, stability, quantity, and functionality with molecular applications.
Certified Reference Material (CRM)
Genuine Nucleic CRMs are quantified biological reference materials produced under an ISO Guide 34 accredited process to confirm identity, well-defined characteristics, and an established chain of custody. These tools are ideal for use in inclusivity/exclusivity testing, establishing limits of detection, and validating or comparing test methods.