Mag-Bind® Plant DNA Plus 96 Kit


The Mag-Bind® Plant DNA 96 Kit allows rapid and reliable isolation of high-quality genomic DNA from a wide variety of difficult to lyse and high polysaccharide plant species and tissues. The system utilizes a CTAB based lysis buffer without the need for a chloroform or other organic solvent steps.  The propietary wash buffer systems eliminate polysaccharides, phenolic compounds, and enzyme inhibitors from plant tissue lysates. This kit is designed for manual or fully automated high throughput preparation of genomic, chloroplast, and mitochondrial DNA. The Mag-Bind® Plant DNA Kit also provides greater flexibility than silica plate based systems as partial plates can be used and can be scaled up to a 24-well format with the appropriate magnetic stand. The streamlined protocol can be easily adapted on most robotic liquid handling platforms. Purified DNA is suitable for PCR, qPCR, restriction digestion, hybridization applications, and more demanding applications such as RAPD

  • Simple, rapid, and reliable procedure
  • Reproducible yields of pure, ready-to-use DNA
  • Adaptable in most robotic liquid handling platform

View application note: Rapid, High Performance and Cost-Effective Plant DNA Extractions

Product Number Preps Price
M1128-00 1×96 $128.00
M1128-01 4×96 $400.00
SKU: M1128 Category:

Product Description


30 mg canola seeds were extracted in triplicate according to the manufacturer’s recommended protocol and eluted in 100 µL. DNA was analyzed on NanoDrop 2000x.


30 mg canola seeds were ground using a Spex GenoGrinder 2010 and 4 mm stainless steel beads. Each extraction was performed in triplicate according to the manufacturer’s recommended protocol and eluted in 100 µL. A 20 µL SYBR Green-based real time PCR was performed in triplicate on a ~200 bp amplicon. 4 µL DNA template was used in each reaction.


Amplification of DNA isolated from rice seeds using the Mag-Bind® Plant DNA Plus Kit. qPCR was performed in triplicate. Samples were diluted 10X and difference between the diluted and undiluted samples were 3.18 cycles, indicating DNA is free of inhibition.