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Crushed red pepper or red pepper flakes is a condiment or spice consisting of dried and crushed (as opposed to ground) red chili peppers. This condiment is most often produced from cayenne-type peppers, although commercial producers may use a variety of different cultivars, usually within the 30,000-50,000 Scoville unit range. The village of Bukovo, North Macedonia is often credited with the creation of crushed red pepper.

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The name of the villageor a derivative of itis now used as a name for crushed red pepper in general in a number of Southeast European languages: " /" (bukovska piper/bukovec, Macedonian), "bukovka" (Serbo-Croatian and Slovene) and "" (bkovo, Greek). Crushed red pepper shakers have become a standard on tables at Mediterranean restaurants and especially pizza parlors around the world. Often there is a high ratio of seeds, which are popularly believed to contain the most spice.

Crushed red pepper is used by food manufacturers in pickling blends, chowders, spaghetti sauce, pizza sauce, soups and sausage. Crushed red pepper in Turkey, served as a common condiment with very few seeds, is known as pul biber in English. One specially prepared variety of it is the Urfa pul biber (isot).

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Managerial and coaching career of Shaker

BurySmith began his managerial career with Bury in November 1973, taking over from Allan Brown. At the age of 29 he was the youngest manager in the Football League. He had initial success, guiding Bury to promotion from the Fourth Division in the fourth automatic place at the end of the 197374 season.

He stabilised the Gigg Lane outfit in the Third Division in 197475 with a 14th-place finish. They went on to finish 13th in 197576, before finishing five points off the promotion places in 197677. He was sacked by Bury on 16 November 1977 after a poor start to the season.

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The "Shakers" finished the 197778 campaign in 15th place under the stewardship of Bob Stokoe. Port ValeA day after leaving Bury he was appointed as manager of Port Vale. He replaced club legend Roy Sproson, and was given a large war chest to spend after a successful lottery scheme was set up at Vale Park.

He took over with the club in 21st place in the Third Division. His first game in charge was a 00 draw with Midland Counties League side Arnold in the First Round of the FA Cup. In January, veteran defender Graham Hawkins was signed as a player-coach from Blackburn Rovers for 6,000.

Forward Neville Chamberlain also joined the club as a professional, becoming the club's first black pro. John Froggatt also joined the club, signing from Colchester United for 10,000. Chairman Arthur McPherson celebrated this abandonment of frugality by declaring "we are going places".

Local journalist Chris Harper slated the board for their decisions, calling them 'berserk'. Froggatt scored fifteen seconds into his debut in a 40 win over Exeter City. However this would be as good as it got for both Froggatt and Vale that season.

In February, Vale beat Fort Lauderdale Strikers in a friendly, but also started a five games sequence without a win. Ged Stenson arrived the next month from Everton for a 'bargain' 3,000, and John Lumsdon joined on loan from Stoke City. Vale improved, and were unbeaten in six of their seven March games, with Chamberlain scoring on his debut.

Yet on 28 March they started a club-record streak of twelve home games without a win that would continue into the following season. Encouragement came from the youth side, who reached the Quarter Finals of the FA Youth Cup. With four games to go, Vale were one point clear of the drop, however by losing all of their remaining games the "Valiants" ended the 197778 season in 21st place and were relegated into the Fourth Division.

Smith was appointed as manager of Swindon Town in May 1978, with the club having to pay a compensation fee of 10,500 to Port Vale. His assistant, Dennis Butler, stayed on at the club and was appointed as his successor. Swindon TownDespite still being a relatively young manager, Smith guided Swindon to a Third Division promotion challenge in his first season in charge - missing out by three points after losing the last two games of the season.

His two signings, Alan Mayes and Andy Rowland, formed a deadly strike partnership, and were both selected on the PFA Team of the Year. The following season Swindon beat Stoke City, Wimbledon and Arsenal to reach the League Cup semi-final. They lost out to Wolverhampton Wanderers when Wolves scored the winner five minutes from the end of the second leg.

However Town squandered a promising league position to finish the campaign in tenth place. During the campaign his team recorded an 80 win over former club Bury. Having spent large amounts of money, particularly on 150,000 left-back David Peach and 110,000 midfielder Glenn Cockerill, expectations were high at Swindon for the 198081 season.

However, Smith was sacked in October 1980 after Swindon lost their first five games and were stuck in the relegation zone. They finished the campaign in 17th place under the stewardship of John Trollope. Newport CountyIn 1981, he joined the coaching staff at Blackpool and in July 1982 moved to be a coach at Newport County.

He was appointed manager of Newport in June 1985, and kept the club rooted to 18th in the Third Division in 198586, before a run of seven straight defeats saw the club hovering above the relegation places and ultimately cost him his job. His replacement John Relish managed to steer the club to safety. CoachingHe coached Cardiff City between 1989 and July 1990 after being brought to the club by manager Frank Burrows.

Later that year he became assistant manager to Colin Addison at Hereford United. He joined the coaching staff at Swansea City in March 1991, and the following year manager Frank Burrows appointed him as his assistant. In October 1995 he became manager of Swansea after the departure of Burrows, but resigned just 80 days later in December of the same year.

A playing revolt at Vetch Field led to the resignation of his replacement, Kevin Cullis, before the "Swans" finished 199596 in the Second Division relegation zone under the stewardship of Jan Mlby. In 1996 Smith was appointed to the coaching staff at Sheffield Wednesday by David Pleat, where he performed a variety of roles before leaving in the summer of 1999.

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Cochranites (aka "The Society of Free Brethren and Sisters") of Shaker

Jacob Cochran was said to have promoted the restoration of the apostolic Christian church, a popular sentiment at that time.

He also claimed success in miracle-working and exorcism. Cochran also instituted holy dancing and a frenzy called reaping in which participants are "thrown into the greatest agitations; a violent exertion of the arms and body, for a long time together.To other violent motions of the arms and body, they give the appellation of winnowing, and separating the chaff from the wheat: another they call, gathering and burning the chaff.

" Cochran dismissed traditional concepts of marriage, citing passages in the bible where seven wives shared one man. As early as 1818-1819 the group was referring to spiritual wifery. Cochran would assign women to the men since legal marriages were not considered valid.

He would also shift these women between men as he saw fit as their prophet. It was said that about half of the women in the group were once assigned to him. Ephraim Stinchfield, who observed the community on a number of occasions, recorded 16 pages of "abominations" including unwed couples staying together, and Cochran's habit of taking young women into private rooms for extended periods of time.

After their meeting was over, I retired and spent the rest of the evening with six of this society, one of whom called himself an ordained minister in their society. I had now for the first time, an opportunity of inquiring into their distinguishing peculiar tenets. They, like all other enthusiasts, pretended to light superior to that of any other religious society, since the Apostles; and the power of healing the sick, raising the dead, and casting out devils -- all of which, they said, had been literally performed among them.

Extraordinary dreams and visions, they asserted, had been experienced, and wonders wrought. They had private, sometimes dark, meetings; in which none, but such as were bound by oath, to the most inviolable secrecy, not to divulge what was transacted in the meeting, upon penalty of eternal damnation, or of having their names blotted out of the book of life, were admitted. That each brother and sister in this fraternity, has a spiritual husband, wife, mate, or yoke fellow, such as they choose, or their leaders choose for them.

These spiritual mates, dissolve, or disannul, all former marriage connections; and many of them bed and board together, to the exclusion of all former vows. Such conduct as this, had not become general, and many of them would deny that such things existed among them, though proved by the most solemn declarating of persons of undoubted veracity. I had, before I left this place, such a discovery of the mystery of iniquity, working to the subverson of all social ties, between husband and wife, parents and children, rulers and ruled, ministers and people; the rising generation corrupted by the introduction of such vicious practices, under a cloak of religion, that it seemed as if I should be constrained to run from house to house, and cry day and night, against the abomination that maketh desolate.

Cochran also was working towards a communal order where everything was held in common. However, within a few years, Cochran was eventually convicted of gross lewdness, lascivious behavior, and adultery and spent four years in prison. His followers were once said to be in the thousands, but only a handful remained loyal to their prophet after his imprisonment.

A few years after his release from prison, Jacob Cochran established a colony for a portion of his followers, in what is now Grove township, Allegany Co., New York. This little-known group lived in close proximity to several people who later became prominent members within the Latter Day Saint Movement including Warren Cowdery, William Marks and Lyman Wightthe first Mormon branches in Allegany County were established in the area immediately surrounding the Cochranite colony, during the early 1830s.

Cochran has been called a "John the Baptist" for Mormonism by Saco Valley historian G.T. Ridlon because so many Cochranites were among those who converted to Mormonism and moved west.

Although the Cochranites practiced a type of "spiritual wifery" (see above) which sanctioned multiple female partners for each man in the group, their doctrines did not include the precept of "eternal marriage", and thus differed slightly from Utah Mormon polygamy. Latter Day Saint historical sources indicate that Mormon missionaries were laboring successfully to make converts among Maine's Cochranites as early as 1832: at the Church conference held in Saco, Maine on August 21, 1835, at least seven of the newly ordained apostles were in attendance. John C.

Bennett, a leading Mormon who was excommunicated, is credited with introducing the Cochranite term spiritual wifery to Mormonism. Bennett's version of the multiple female partners practice appears to have more closely resembled Jacob Cochran's doctrine than it did the precept of polygamy alleged to exist among the Latter Day Saints.

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Since he proposed the day after a Radiohead concert in New York, the couple and Mr. Lowe fashioned a dark Bourbon cocktail with Dubonnet Rouge, Benedictine, and Angostura Bitters to evoke the experience. It reminded us of the moody, romantic vibes of that entire weekend, Ms. Ayer said of the drink, which they dubbed Everything in Its Right Place after the rock bands song.One of Mr. Lowes other couples requested bourbon for the groom; and for the bride, yuzu, a citrus fruit often found in Asian cuisine. The bride, Jackie Noh Davis, says she wanted it featured in a drink but didnt have the basis of anything classic to work from.We could have ended up with something too on-the-nose, like a yuzu sake drink, she said. Instead, Mr. Lowe concocted a bourbon-based cocktail titled Eastern Star. It blended together the brown spirit, yellow chartreuse, honey, cardamom bitters and, of course, yuzu, with a star anise garnish.It felt like meeting in the middle, and very special to have a new drink created for us, Ms. Davis said of her celebration last October. Our guests were effusive about their praise of the drinks.Alcohol has long fueled dance parties and wedding shenanigans, but the experience of sipping an elegant drink gives guests an opportunity to converse with one another and bond while enjoying the beverage, much like a cocktail party. Its another form of entertainment. Bobby Brown, a founder of Craft Cartel Cocktail Catering in Boynton Beach, Fla., explained that couples know more about cocktails than before, thanks to the mainstream cocktail craze, and use that knowledge to put playful spins on their wedding beverages. People dont want cool, craft drinks anymore, Mr. Brown said. 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"In other words, in order to achieve low environmental impact, green products would have to be of lower quality."If you've ever bought a scrawny, discolored bunch of celery in the organic aisle at the supermarket, you get the point.But when it comes to wine, what the researchers found was just the opposite."Our results indicate that ecocertification is associated with a statistically significant increase in wine quality ratings," they wrote.How significant The organic and biodynamic wines in the sample scored, on average, about four points higher than non-ecocertified wines.Which got me thinking: Why don't we see more organic labels on liquor-store shelves and restaurant wine lists While supermarkets these days stock hundreds of organic items, both in the produce and packaged-food aisles, ecocertification is still a rarity in the wine world.Consider Halifax, a restaurant in theW Hotel in Hoboken that specializes in farm-to-table cuisine. Executive chef Seadon Shouse goes to great lengths to source locally grown ingredients from farmers who practice sustainable agriculture. And beverage director Carlos Arteaga embraces a similar philosophy when it comes to the wine list."It's a no-brainer," Arteaga says of the notion that organic vineyards produce better wine. "All of the flavors of wine and characteristics of wine come from the soil. Everything is dependent on the environment. If you put chemicals in the soil, that's gonna be there in the wine. Chemicals can hide the flavors that come from the minerals and rocks in the soil."Indeed, most of the 65 or so wines on Halifax's list come from vineyards, both in Europe and the United States, that adhere to sustainable practices. 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But being certified organic is another story."I have a very good friend who is a winemaker in Bordeaux, and he put it this way: 'If you're a parent and you have a child and your child falls ill, would you not use modern medicine to treat the child Are you only going to use homeopathic medicine' That's what happens in the vineyard. Sometimes there are diseases that can't be eradicated with an organic product."David Rossi, who makes highly acclaimed pinot noir at his Fulcrum winery in California, says while he's all in favor of sustainable winemaking practices, there's no scientific reason why wines that are certified organic would taste better than those that are not. And he's quite skeptical about biodynamic farming, an ultra-organic approach pioneered in the early 20th century by Austrian philosopher Rudolf Steiner. Biodynamic winemakers consider such factors as the phases of the moon when timing their harvests."Biodynamic isn't rooted in science and has nothing to do with growing good grapes," says Rossi, who divides his time between his winemaking facility in the Napa Valley and his home in Monmouth County.Robby Younes, wine director and vice president of hospitality at Crystal Springs Resort in Sussex County, says most of the best wines in theworld come from vineyards that are sustainably farmed. And he should know, considering that Crystal Springs boasts the most impressive collection of rare wines of any restaurant in the United States.But few winemakers are willing to have their hands tied by the strictures of a certifying authority such as California Certified Organic Farmers or Demeter, which enforces biodynamic principles. "If a virus or worm is hitting a vineyard, a winemaker who is sitting on a $15 million crop isn't not going to spray," he said.The upshot is that many, perhaps even most, of the better wines available in New Jersey liquor stores and restaurants are sustainably farmed, if not technically organic. But there's no way of telling by looking at the label.So, what's a health-conscious, environmentally committed wine drinker to do Steve Mignogna, owner of an upscale pizzeria in Asbury Park called Talula's, recommends familiarizing yourself with importers who specialize in vintners who practice natural winemaking. Examples include Indie Wineries, Kermit Lynch Wine Merchant, Polaner Selections and Skurnik Wines.Mignogna, a devotee of naturally made wines, wasn't at all surprised by the results of the study published in the Journal of Wine Economics. 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Let's Briefly Introduce the Application of Enzymes Immune Detector in Pesticides and Food
Let's Briefly Introduce the Application of Enzymes Immune Detector in Pesticides and Food
  Author:MeCan Medical–ultrasound machine manufacturersThe enzyme missionary instrument is commonly known as the enzyme -linked immunohistic detection instrument. It can be simply divided into two categories: semi -automatic and fully automatic, but its working principles are basically the same. The core of its core is a color meter, that is, the color method is used to analyze the content of the antigen or antibody. Clinical examination, biology research, agricultural science, food and environmental science. Let me introduce the application of enzyme -linked immune detector in pesticides and food.1. Fast diagnosis of animal epidemic.The enzyme -linked immune analyzer adopts the enzyme -linked immune adsorption measurement method and the corresponding reagent with a qualitative or quantitative animal disease diagnosis. Such as: pork blue ear virus, swine fever virus, pig pseudo -rabies virus, pig pseudo -rabies virus GE protein, pig ring virus, pork type encephalitis virus, pig mouth hoof disease 3ABC protein, pig mouth hoof disease virus IgG, pork fine virus, chicken chicken, chicken Bird flu, blue tongue disease, white spot syndrome, cattle infectious pleural pneumonia, cattle plague, cotton acne, and sheep acne detection.Second, pesticide residues.Organic phosphorus pesticides are commonly used in agricultural production in my country. Common types include methylmine, dichlorvos, oxygen fruit, phosphorus, and enemies. Most of them are highly toxic pesticides. By reducing the activity of cholthyne enzymes in the body, delayed neurotoxicity is caused, thereby achieving the purpose of eliminating pests. The enzyme -linked immune detector can be used to detect the methamidine content contained in fruits and vegetables.Third, food safetyThe enzyme -linked immune analysis method uses the special nature of the antibody and the corresponding antigen to detect the antibody contained in the food based on this. The immune enzyme method is to use specific enzymes as detection tags and reaction catalysts. The use of this method can be used to effectively avoid using radioactive elements during the detection process, or to conduct orientation and quantitative analysis of the detected objects. , Chemical residue, edible oil testing, water and wine beverage analysis, condiments, edible pigment, etc.At present, more automatic enzyme -linked immune detectors can be used for qualitative detection and quantitative detection. The detection only takes a few hours. It not only reduces the labor intensity of laboratory personnel, but also greatly improves the accuracy and repeatability of the determination. This is conducive to the further commercialization of ELISA technology in detection and analysis.
How Does the Magnetic Pearl Nucleic Acid Extraction Extract Nucleic Acid and Where Is the Advantage?
How Does the Magnetic Pearl Nucleic Acid Extraction Extract Nucleic Acid and Where Is the Advantage?
  Author:MeCan Medical–ultrasound machine manufacturersAs one of the current effective epidemic prevention and control methods, nucleic acid extraction and testing are no stranger to everyone. Prior to this, the method of extracting the traditional nucleic acid was chemical cracking and cylindrical method. However, with the rapid development of gene diagnosis, genetically modified food detection, and personalized medical care, traditional nucleic acid extraction technology can no longer meet the needs of today's biotechnology. As a result, magnetic pearl nucleic acid extraction came into being.No. A commercialized reagent that used the magnetic bead method to extract DNA and successfully applied for patents in the United States appeared in 1998. The magnetic bead method first absorbs the free nucleic acid molecule to the surface of the magnetic particles by cracking the cells, while the protein and polysaccharides are left in the solution. Under the influence of the magnetic field, the magnetic particles are separated from the liquid to discard the liquid to eliminate the liquid Later, the purified nucleic acid molecules were obtained after being eluted.The magnetic bead method uses the principle of combining and dissipating the magnetic acid activity group with a magnetic granular activity group under certain conditions to avoid the loss of nucleic acid during the extraction process as much as possible, and it can also remove the interference substances in the specimen (such as hemoglobin The effects of bilirubin and lipid blood), obtain high -quality nucleic acid templates. With the development of magnetic bead method extraction technology, DNA extraction has really begun to achieve standardization, rapidness and automation.The kits based on the magnetic acid extractor of the Magnetic Pearl Method are also widely used. Nucleic acid extraction kit does not require any organic solvent and no need to repeat centrifugation. At present, it can extract high -quality DNA and RNA from full blood, serum, plasma, saliva, urine, feces, cerebrospinal fluid, tissue and cells, and shorter time. The recovery rate is higher. And it can be automated and uninvited through mechanical equipment.In addition, the principle of magnetic pearl method is safe and non -toxic, and does not use toxic reagents such as benzene and chloroform in traditional methods. Mainstream nucleic acid extraction methods at home and abroad.
What Is the Extraction Step of the Magnetic Pearl Nucleic Acid Extract Instrument and What Are the C
What Is the Extraction Step of the Magnetic Pearl Nucleic Acid Extract Instrument and What Are the C
  Author:MeCan Medical–ultrasound machine manufacturersThe nucleic acid extract instrument is a supporting nucleic acid extract reagent from the motion to complete the sample nucleic acid extraction work. In the detection of the new crown, nucleic acid extraction is a very important step. At present, the extraction principle of nucleic acid extract instruments on the market is mainly divided into two types: magnetic bead method and membrane adsorption method, of which magnetic bead method occupies the mainstream market. So, what is the extraction step of the magnetic pearl nucleic acid extract instrument?Step 1: Add samples to the cracking solution.Step 2: In the cracking solution, the rupture cells release the nucleic acid to the cracking solution to transfer the magnetic beads to the cracking solution step 3: Fully mix the nucleic acid to adsorb the specific package on the surface of the magnetic beads.Step 4: Repeat the surface of the magnetic beads to remove impurities such as the unnecessary nucleic acid, protein or salt that are not needed.Step 5: Move the magnetic beads into the eluing solution and mix it fully. The nucleic acid is falling off from the surface of the magnetic bead and dissolved into the elution buffer.The magnetic pearl nucleic acid extract instrument is matched with different types of magnetic pearl nucleic acid extract reagents, and multiple samples are operated at the same time, which automatically separate the extraction and purification DNA/RNA from multiple samples such as blood, cells, tissues, viruses. The instrument uses a special magnetic stick adsorption, transfer, and releases magnetic beads to achieve the transfer of sample/magnetic bead/nucleic acid, avoiding liquid treatment, and increasing the degree of automation.Nucleic acid detection, as an important means of screening of new crown virus screening, is expected to maintain a high position for a period of time at home and abroad. The corresponding nucleic acid extract will be very strong in a considerable period of time. The operation is automated, fast, and simple, which provides a strong guarantee for the detection of new crown nucleic acid.
What Is the Working Principle of Magnetic Pearl Nucleic Acid Extract Instrument? What Are the Charac
What Is the Working Principle of Magnetic Pearl Nucleic Acid Extract Instrument? What Are the Charac
  Author:MeCan Medical–ultrasound machine manufacturersNucleic acid extraction instrument is an instrument that uses a supporting nucleic acid extract reagent from the motion to complete the sample nucleic acid extraction work. It is widely used in various fields such as disease control centers, clinical disease diagnosis, blood transfusion safety, forensic identification, environmental microbial testing, food safety testing, animal husbandry and molecular biology research. In fact, with the normalized management of the epidemic, the nucleic acid extract instrument, as one of the commonly used equipment tested by various hospitals, has a higher frequency and the number of purchases has continued to rise. In fact, although everyone is familiar with the term of the nucleic acid extract instrument now, but it is very familiar with the term, but it is very familiar with the term of the nucleic acid extract instrument, but it is very familiar with the term, but it is very familiar with the term. I do nt know how to work and test the method of working principles. Let s take a closer look at the editor of Prank Medical Equipment.There are many classifications of nucleic acid extract instruments. In fact, the most commonly used is magnetic bead method. How does this method work? Magnetic pearl nucleic acid extract instrument is generally divided into two types: suction method and magnetic stick method. The specific operation process is as follows:First, suction method. The extraction of nucleic acids is achieved by fixed magnetic beads and metastasis liquids. Generally, the transfer of the robotic arm is generally controlled by the operating system.1. Crack. Add a cracking solution to the sample to achieve mixing and adequate reactions of the reaction solution through mechanical exercise and heating, cell cracks, and release nucleic acids.2. Adsorption. Add magnetic beads to the sample cracking solution and mix it in full. Use magnetic beads to adsorb nucleic acid under high salt and low pH value. Under the action of magnetic fields, the magnetic beads are separated from the solution. Mo the liquid out of the waste liquid tank and abandon the head.3. Washing. Remove the external magnetic field, add the new suction head to add the washing buffer, mix it fully, remove the impurities, and remove the liquid out of the magnetic field.4. Requesting. Withdrawing the magnetic field and adding the new suction head to add the elution buffer, fully mixed, the combined nucleic acid is separated from the magnetic bead, so as to obtain a purified nucleic acid.Second, magnetic stick method. By fixed liquids, the magnetic acid is separated to achieve the separation of nucleic acids. The principle and process are the same as the pumping method. The difference is the method of separation of magnetic beads and liquids. The magnetic stick method is to separate the magnetic beads from the waste liquid through the adsorption of the magnetic rod to the next step to achieve the extraction of nucleic acid.In fact, the characteristics of this magnetic pearl nucleic acid extract instrument is that it can achieve automation, high -throughput operations, safe and reliable operations, high efficiency, and pollution -free. Therefore, it is recognized by many buyers. When choosing a nucleic acid extraction instrument equipment, no matter which type of device is selected, you must have a basic understanding of it. You cannot judge the quality of the product from the price alone. For more product details, you can consult: 400-6656 -888.
What Are the Advantages of Magnetic Pearl Nucleic Acid Extraction Instrument? Look at These 4 Points
What Are the Advantages of Magnetic Pearl Nucleic Acid Extraction Instrument? Look at These 4 Points
  Author:MeCan Medical–ultrasound machine manufacturersIn recent years, the nucleic acid extract in the principle of magnetic beads has become the mainstream nucleic acid extraction equipment. So, what are the advantages of magnetic pearl nucleic acid extract? The magnetic bead method nucleic acid extract instrument is based on the magnetic beads, using magnetic beads to adsorb nucleic acid under high salt and low pH, separates the characteristics of separation from nucleic acid under the low salt and high pH value, and then use mobile magnetic beads or transfer liquid to achieve nucleic acids. The entire extraction process.The weight of the magnetic pearl nucleic acid extract instrument is the adsorption ability of magnetic beads and nucleic acids, which directly affects the output of the extraction nucleic acid. The principle of the magnetic bead method is to crack the cell first, and then combine the nucleic acid and the magnetic bead by binding the liquid. Wash the residual protein and salt ions with the washing solution. Then separate the nucleic acid and magnetic beads.This technology can separate high -purity nucleic acids from samples such as animals and plants, body fluids, and environment. Suitable for downstream applications such as PCR, Q-PCR, molecular hybridization, sequencing, etc. Because of its highly friendly operation of magnetic beads, high nucleic acid purity, and simple automation, it has been widely used in the fields of molecular cloning, molecular hybridization, and molecular diagnosis. The specific advantages of the magnetic pearl nucleic acid extraction device are reflected:1. It can realize automation and massive operations. At present, there are hundreds of pellet nucleic acid extract instruments. The extraction time of a sample can be treated with more than a hundred samples. Perform fast and timely response.2. The operation is simple and short. The entire extraction process is only four steps, and most of them can be completed within 15-40 minutes.3. Safe and non -toxic, do not use toxic reagents such as benzene and chloroform in traditional methods to reduce damage to experimental operators.4. The specific combination of magnetic beads and nucleic acids makes the extracted nucleic acid high purity and large concentration.The magnetic pearl nucleic acid extract instrument is matched with different types of magnetic pearl nucleic acid extract reagents, and multiple samples are operated at the same time, which automatically separate the extraction and purification DNA/RNA from multiple samples such as blood, cells, tissues, viruses. The instrument uses a special magnetic stick adsorption, transfer, and releases magnetic beads to achieve the transfer of sample/magnetic bead/nucleic acid, avoiding liquid treatment, and increasing the degree of automation.The fully automatic nucleic acid extraction instrument of Proven Medical Device manufacturers is based on the magnetic rod on the magnetic rod to adsorb magnetic beads and move the magnetic beads to different reagent grooves. It can apply the extraction of nucleic acids and proteins of various samples. Just add detection samples and reagents and 96 deep -hole plates. Each independent experimental cabin can run 2 96 deep -hole plates at the same time. 24 samples. It is suitable for both a small amount of sample extraction and the high -throughput extraction required for a large amount of samples.
What Is the Principle of Magnetic Pearl Nucleic Acid Extraction Instrument? What Are the Advantages?
What Is the Principle of Magnetic Pearl Nucleic Acid Extraction Instrument? What Are the Advantages?
  Author:MeCan Medical–ultrasound machine manufacturersIn recent years, the nucleic acid extract in the principle of magnetic beads has become the mainstream nucleic acid extraction equipment. Speaking of magnetic beads, then we must first understand what is magnetic beads? Magnetic beads are formed by a certain tissue package being absorbed by the core of the four -iron oxidation triple iron. It can be adsorbed by the magnet. At the same time, there are magical little beads that can adsorb (binding) nucleic acids that can be adsorbed by the surface bread. It can achieve automation and high -throughput of nucleic acid extraction.Magnetic beads are generally divided into three layers of structure: inner layers: the kernels for supporting structures, such as polystyrene. The middle layer: the magnetic layer, the role is to adsorb the magnets on the magnetic frame, which is to separate the nucleic acid and the reactive solution. The material is usually Fe3O4. Outer layer: modified layer, generally a negative group.The weight of the magnetic pearl nucleic acid extract instrument is the adsorption ability of magnetic beads and nucleic acids, which directly affects the output of the extraction nucleic acid. The principle of the magnetic bead method is to crack the cell first, and then combine the nucleic acid and the magnetic bead by binding the liquid. Wash the residual protein and salt ions with the washing solution. Then separate the nucleic acid and magnetic beads.This technology can separate high -purity nucleic acids from samples such as animals and plants, body fluids, and environment. Suitable for downstream applications such as PCR, Q-PCR, molecular hybridization, sequencing, etc. Because of its highly friendly operation of magnetic beads, high nucleic acid purity, and simple automation, it has been widely used in the fields of molecular cloning, molecular hybridization, and molecular diagnosis. The specific advantages of the magnetic pearl nucleic acid extraction device are reflected:1. It can realize automation and massive operations. At present, there are hundreds of pellet nucleic acid extract instruments. The extraction time of a sample can be treated with more than a hundred samples. Perform fast and timely response.2. The operation is simple and short. The entire extraction process is only four steps, and most of them can be completed within 15-40 minutes.3. Safe and non -toxic, do not use toxic reagents such as benzene and chloroform in traditional methods to reduce damage to experimental operators.4. The specific combination of magnetic beads and nucleic acids makes the extracted nucleic acid high purity and large concentration.The fully automatic nucleic acid extraction instrument of Proven Medical Device manufacturers is based on the magnetic rod on the magnetic rod to adsorb magnetic beads and move the magnetic beads to different reagent grooves. It can apply the extraction of nucleic acids and proteins of various samples. Just add detection samples and reagents and 96 deep -hole plates. Each independent experimental cabin can run 2 96 deep -hole plates at the same time. 24 samples. The PLH-96 (4x24) nucleic acid extract instrument is suitable for a small amount of sample extraction and the high-throughput extraction required for a large amount of samples.
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