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HighPrep PCR

Magnetic bead-based reagent for manual and automated post-PCR and post-enzymatic reaction cleanup, NGS library cleanup, and reliable DNA size selection.

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HighPrep PCR

Paramagnetic bead-based post PCR clean-up reagent designed for efficient DNA purification and consistent DNA fragment size selection for NGS. HighPrep PCR is adaptable to most liquid handling stations and used for applications such as sequencing, NGS, microarrays, PCR, and enzymatic reactions.

Grouped product items
Cat.# Product Name Price Qty
AC-60005 HighPrep PCR (5 mL)
AC-60050 HighPrep PCR (50 mL)
AC-60250 HighPrep PCR (250 mL)
AC-60500 HighPrep PCR (500 mL)
AC-60005E HighPrep PCR - DX (5 mL)
AC-60050E HighPrep PCR - DX (50 mL)
AC-60250E HighPrep PCR - DX (250 mL)
AC-60500E HighPrep PCR - DX (500 mL)

Post-PCR and post-enzymatic reaction clean-up used for/during:

  • NGS library preparation
  • DNA size selection for NGS
  • Microarrays
  • PCR
  • Restriction enzyme digestions, adapter ligations
  • Cloning


  • Rapid and reliable post-PCR and DNA clean-up reagent
  • Achieve uniform and consistent DNA fragments
  • High recovery of amplicons >100bp
  • Uniform fragments size distribution
  • Adaptable to high throughput liquid handling workstations

HighPrep PCR is a paramagnetic beads-based post PCR clean-up reagent designed for efficient purification of amplicons and tight size-specific selection of DNA fragments. The purification consists of removal of salts, primers, primer-dimers, dNTPs, as DNA fragments are selectively bound to the magnetic bead particles. Highly purified DNA is eluted with low salt elution buffer or water which can be used directly for downstream applications, such as library construction, next generation sequencing (NGS), Sanger sequencing, cloning, restriction digestions, adapter ligation, microarrays, and so on. This protocol can be used for manual procedures as well as in automation. 

Efficient recovery of amplicons achieved with HighPrep™ PCR Clean-up System

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This is a short overview of the protocol, for all detailed protocols, please refer to PRODUCT DOCUMENTS
  1. Add HighPrep™ PCR reagent to the reaction mixture
  2. Bind DNA to paramagnetic beads
  3. Separation of beads + DNR from contaminants
  4. Wash beads with Ethanol to remove contaminants
  5. Elute purified PCR products or other DNA fragments from beads
Main functions Purifies DNA and amplicons for next generation sequencing and other applications
Selectively binds fragments of 100 bp and larger depending on sample to bead ratio – performs size selection by changing the bead ratio
Starting material (Sample matrix) DNA, PCR products, cDNA, gDNA
Starting amount Scalable
RNA recovery >70% recovery
Process method Manual or automation
Instrument Adaptable to most nucleic acid purification instruments but a ready-made script for Kingfisher Flex is available upon request
Purification method Magnetic bead-based technology
RNA Purity DNA eluted is ready for downstream processes such as real time quantitative PCR (qPCR), next
generation sequencing (NGS), cloning, restriction digestions, microarrays, etc.
Elution Volume 15 µl or above
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