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Human Random Control DNA panels

Image showing humans standing together all over the worldECACC Human Random Control (HRC) DNA is a readily available, cost effective and renewable source of authenticated, high quality purified genomic DNA from a control population of 480 randomly selected, non-related UK Caucasian blood donors.

DNA is extracted from lymphoblastoid cell lines derived by EBV transformation of peripheral blood lymphocytes from single donor blood samples and is available as a series of five panels each containing samples from 96 separate individuals in a convenient 8 x 12 well format. DNA is provided as a solution at a concentration of 100ng/μl in 10mM Tris buffer (pH 8.0) with 1mM EDTA. Gender and age at venesection is available for most samples.

 

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ECACC DNA Panels are for research use only.

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