Plant/Fungi DNA Isolation Kits

Cat. 26200, 26250, 26900, 58200, 62400
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Plant/Fungi DNA Isolation Kits

Cat. 26200, 26250, 26900, 58200, 62400

For rapid isolation of total DNA from plants and fungi

  • Rapid and simple procedure
  • Excellent quality and yield of DNA
  • Process a broad spectrum of plant species and filamentous fungi
  • Isolate total DNA including pathogen DNA without phenol 
  • Available in spin column format and 96-well format for high throughput applications

For research use only and NOT intended for in vitro diagnostics.

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Plant/Fungi DNA Isolation Kit
(Cat. 26200)
50 preps
Plant/Fungi DNA Isolation Kit
(Cat. 26250)
250 preps
Plant/Fungi DNA Isolation 96-Well Kit
(Cat. 26900)
2 x 96-well plates
Plant DNA Isolation Kit (Magnetic Bead System)
(Cat. 58200)
50 preps
Plant DNA Isolation 96-Well Kit (Magnetic Bead System)
(Cat. 62400)
2 x 96-well plates

Kit Format
Norgen Biotek offers kits in different standardized formats. You can view and compare kit components in the Components Table in the Product Overview section. For more information on format types, please visit our Format Information page.

Kit Size

  • Rapid and simple procedure
  • Excellent quality and yield of DNA
  • Process a broad spectrum of plant species and filamentous fungi
  • Isolate total DNA including pathogen DNA without phenol 
  • Available in spin column format and 96-well format for high throughput applications

Plant/Fungi DNA Isolation Kits

These kits provide a rapid method for the isolation and purification of total DNA from a wide range of plant and fungal species. Total DNA, including genomic DNA, mitochondrial DNA and chloroplast DNA can be purified from fresh or frozen plant tissues, plant cells or fungi samples using this kit. Purified DNA samples can be used for the detection of viral pathogens, as viral DNA is isolated with the plant/fungi DNA. The purified DNA is of the highest integrity, and can be used in a number of downstream applications including PCR, qPCR, SNP, Southern blotting and sequencing.

Plant/Fungi DNA Isolation Kit

Complete 10 purifications in 45 minutes. This kit offers a maximum loading volume of 650 μL per column, and a maximum binding capacity of 50 μg per column.

Plant/Fungi DNA Isolation 96-Well Kit

For high throughput applications. Purification with the 96-well plates can be integrated with a robotic automation system. Complete 96 purifications in 50 minutes. This kit offers a maximum loading volume of 500 μL per well, and a maximum binding capacity of 50 μg per well.

Plant/Fungi DNA Isolation Kit (Magnetic Bead System)

The DNA is bound to the surface of the magnetic beads under optimized buffer conditions and released using a low salt buffer system. The Plant DNA Isolation Kit (Magnetic Bead System) can be easily adapted to automated magnetic bead separation instruments and work stations.

Plant/Fungi DNA Isolation 96-Well Kit (Magnetic Bead System)

For high throughput applications. Purification with the 96-well plates can be integrated with a robotic automation system.

 

 

Kit Specifications

You have selected: Cat. 26200
Kit Specifications - Spin Column
Column Binding Capacity
50 μg
Maximum Column Loading Volume
650 μL
Maximum Amount of Starting Material:
Plant Tissues
Fungi (wet weight)
100 mg
100 mg
Average Yields*
50 mg Tomato Leaves
50 mg Grape Leaves
50 mg Peach Leaves
50 mg Plum Leaves
50 mg Pine Needles
Botrytis cinerea (50 mg wet weight)
Fusarium sp. (50 mg wet weight)
Aspergillus niger (50 mg wet weight)
 
18 µg
10 µg
10 µg
10 µg
5 µg
1.5 µg
2 µg
4 µg
Time to Complete 10 Purifications  45 minutes

* Average yields will vary depending upon a number of factors including species, growth conditions used and developmental stage.
 

* Average yields will vary depending upon a number of factors including species, growth conditions used and developmental stage. 

Storage Conditions and Product Stability
All solutions should be kept tightly sealed and stored at room temperature, except for the RNAse which should be stored at -20°C. This kit is stable for 1 year after the date of shipment.

Select Plants and Fungi that can be used with the Plant/Fungi DNA Purification Kits

Plants Plants (Cont'd) Fungi
Tomato Turnip Aspergillus niger
Grape Chinese Cabbage Mucor racemosus
Peach Radish Cladosporium cladosporioides
Plum Komatsuna Fusarium oxysporum
Pine Needles Apricot Penicillium sp.
Raspberry Sweet Potato Botrytis cinerea (Botryotinia fuckeliana)
Strawberry Hydrangea Pichia sp.
Legumes Fig Rhizopus oryzae
Prosopis cineraria (Ghaf) Turf Alternaria tenuissima
Sorghum grass Cherry Fusarium sp.
Tobacco Saintpaulia  
Arabidopsis Lotus  
Lichen Carrot  
Corn seed Hansen  
Sunflower seed Pistachio  
Olive seed    
Soybean seed    
You have selected: Cat. 26250
Kit Specifications - Spin Column
Column Binding Capacity
50 μg
Maximum Column Loading Volume
650 μL
Maximum Amount of Starting Material:
Plant Tissues
Fungi (wet weight)
100 mg
100 mg
Average Yields*
50 mg Tomato Leaves
50 mg Grape Leaves
50 mg Peach Leaves
50 mg Plum Leaves
50 mg Pine Needles
Botrytis cinerea (50 mg wet weight)
Fusarium sp. (50 mg wet weight)
Aspergillus niger (50 mg wet weight)
 
18 µg
10 µg
10 µg
10 µg
5 µg
1.5 µg
2 µg
4 µg
Time to Complete 10 Purifications  45 minutes

* Average yields will vary depending upon a number of factors including species, growth conditions used and developmental stage.
 

* Average yields will vary depending upon a number of factors including species, growth conditions used and developmental stage. 

Storage Conditions and Product Stability
All solutions should be kept tightly sealed and stored at room temperature, except for the RNAse which should be stored at -20°C. This kit is stable for 1 year after the date of shipment.

Select Plants and Fungi that can be used with the Plant/Fungi DNA Purification Kits

Plants Plants (Cont'd) Fungi
Tomato Turnip Aspergillus niger
Grape Chinese Cabbage Mucor racemosus
Peach Radish Cladosporium cladosporioides
Plum Komatsuna Fusarium oxysporum
Pine Needles Apricot Penicillium sp.
Raspberry Sweet Potato Botrytis cinerea (Botryotinia fuckeliana)
Strawberry Hydrangea Pichia sp.
Legumes Fig Rhizopus oryzae
Prosopis cineraria (Ghaf) Turf Alternaria tenuissima
Sorghum grass Cherry Fusarium sp.
Tobacco Saintpaulia  
Arabidopsis Lotus  
Lichen Carrot  
Corn seed Hansen  
Sunflower seed Pistachio  
Olive seed    
Soybean seed    
You have selected: Cat. 26900

* Average yields will vary depending upon a number of factors including species, growth conditions used and developmental stage.
 

Kit Specifications - 96-well
Binding Capacity Per Well
50 μg
Maximum Loading Volume Per Well
500 μL
Size of DNA Purified

All sizes

Maximum Amount of Starting Material:
Fungi
Plant Tissues
 
50 mg (wet weight)
50 mg
Average Yields*
Grape leaf
Apple leaf
Strawberry leaf
Plum leaf
Peach leaf
Peach petiole
7 µg
3 µg
6 µg
4 µg
5 µg
4 µg
Time to Complete 96 Purifications
50 minutes

* Average yields will vary depending upon a number of factors including species, growth conditions used and developmental stage. 

Storage Conditions and Product Stability
All solutions should be kept tightly sealed and stored at room temperature, except for the RNase A which should be stored at -20°C. This kit is stable for 1 year after the date of shipment.

Select Plants and Fungi that can be used with the Plant/Fungi DNA Purification Kits

Plants Plants (Cont'd) Fungi
Tomato Turnip Aspergillus niger
Grape Chinese Cabbage Mucor racemosus
Peach Radish Cladosporium cladosporioides
Plum Komatsuna Fusarium oxysporum
Pine Needles Apricot Penicillium sp.
Raspberry Sweet Potato Botrytis cinerea (Botryotinia fuckeliana)
Strawberry Hydrangea Pichia sp.
Legumes Fig Rhizopus oryzae
Prosopis cineraria (Ghaf) Turf Alternaria tenuissima
Sorghum grass Cherry Fusarium sp.
Tobacco Saintpaulia  
Arabidopsis Lotus  
Lichen Carrot  
Corn seed Hansen  
Sunflower seed Pistachio  
Olive seed    
Soybean seed    
You have selected: Cat. 58200
Kit Specifications
Maximum Plant Input
50 mg
Type of Plants Processed
All types of plant species and tissue
Average Yield from 50 mg of Plant*
3-10 μg
Average Purity (OD260/280)
1.8 - 2.0
Time to Complete 12 Purifications
50 minutes

* Average DNA yield will vary depending on the donor

Storage Conditions and Product Stability
Store RNAse A at -20°C upon arrival. All other solutions should be kept tightly sealed and stored at room temperature. This kit is stable for 1 year after the date of shipment.

You have selected: Cat. 62400
Kit Specifications
Maximum Plant Input
50 mg
Type of Plants Processed
All types of plant species and tissue
Average Yield from 50 mg of Plant*
3-10 μg
Average Purity (OD260/280)
1.8 - 2.0
Time to Complete 96 Purifications
Less than 60 minutes

* Average DNA yield will vary depending on the donor

Storage Conditions and Product Stability
Store RNase A at -20°C upon arrival. All other solutions should be kept tightly sealed and stored at room temperature. This kit is stable for 1 year after the date of shipment.

Supporting Data

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Component Cat. 26200 (50 preps) Cat. 26250 (250 preps) Cat. 26900 (192 preps) Cat. 58200 (50 preps) Cat. 62400 (192 preps)
Lysis Buffer L 30 mL 1 x 30 mL
2 x 60 mL
2 x 60 mL 60 mL 2 x 60 mL
Binding Buffer I 7 mL 1 x 7 mL
1 x 25 mL
25 mL 7 mL 25 mL
Solution WN 18 mL 1 x 18 mL
1 x 55 mL
55 mL 18 mL 55 mL
Wash Solution A 38 mL 2 x 38 mL 2 x 38 mL - -
Elution Buffer B 15 mL 30 mL 30 mL 8 mL 30 mL
RNAse A 1 vial (80 μL) 5 vials (5 x 80 μL) 1 vial 1 vial 1 vial
Magnetic Bead Suspension - - - 4 x 1.1 mL 2 x 8.5 mL
Filter Columns 50 250 - - -
Spin Columns 50 250 - - -
Collection Tubes 100 500 - - -
96-Well Plate - - 2 - 2
96-Well Collection Plate - - 2 - -
Adhesive Tape - - 4 - 2
Elution Tubes (1.7 mL) 50 250 - 50 -
96-Well Elution Plate - - 2 - 2
Product Insert 1 1 1 1 1

Regular, 96-Well (26200, 26250, 26900)

Title New Antifungal Compound, 6-Pentyl-α-Pyrone, against the Maize Late Wilt Pathogen, Magnaporthiopsis maydis
Journal Agronomy. 2022
Authors Ofir Degani, and Asaf Gordani
Title Genomic analyses point to a low evolutionary potential of prospective source populations for assisted migration in a forest herb
Journal Evolutionary Applications. 2022
Authors Frederik Van Daele,Olivier Honnay,Hanne De Kort
Title Common facultative endosymbionts do not influence sensitivity of cereal aphids to pyrethroids
Journal RES JOUNRALS. 2022
Authors Daniel J. Leybourne, Petra Melloh, Emily A. Martin
Title Emergence and Genomic Characterization of Multidrug Resistant Candida auris in Nigeria, West Africa
Journal J. Fungi. 2022
Authors Rita Oladele, Jessica N. Uwanibe, Idowu B. Olawoye, Abdul-Wahab O. Ettu, Jacques F. Meis and Christian T. Happi
Title Alternaria species causing pomegranate and citrus fruit rots in Albania
Journal Journal of Plant Diseases and Protection. 2022
Authors Magdalena Cara, Mirela Toska, Dajana Frasheri, Riccardo Baroncelli & Simona Marianna Sanzani
Title Evaluation of Three Forms of Rhizoctonia solani Mediated Pathogenicity to Sugar Beet Cultivars in Greenhouse Studies
Journal bioRxiv. 2022
Authors Md Ehsanul Haque, Most Shanaj Parvin
Title Phylogeographic patterns in cryptic Bostrychia tenella species (Rhodomelaceae, Rhodophyta) across the Thai-Malay Peninsula
Journal Algae. 2022
Authors Jakaphan Bulan, Sinchai Maneekat, Giuseppe C. Zuccarello, Narongrit Muangmai
Title Metabarcoding assessment of fungal diversity in brown algae and sponges of Mauritius
Journal Frontiers in Microbiology. 2022
Authors Jessica Mélanie Wong Chin, Daneshwar Puchooa, Theeshan Bahorun, Vidushi S. Neergheen, Aadil Ahmad Aullybux, Girish Beedessee, Nadeem Nazurally, Abdulwahed Fahad Alrefaei and Rajesh Jeewon
Title Phosphate solubilization potential of indigenous rhizosphere fungi and their biofertilizer formulations
Journal Agronomy Research. 2021
Authors D.A. Balogun, M.A. Oke, L. Rocha-Meneses, OB. Fawole and P.F. Omojasola
Title First Report of Sclerotinia sclerotiorum (Sclerotinia Blight) on Symphyotrichum dumosum in Poland
Journal APS Publications. 2018
Authors K. Pieczul
Title Cultivar-specific gene modulation in Vitis vinifera: analysis of the promoters regulating the expression of WOX transcription factors
Journal Scientific Reports. 2017
Authors Boccacci P, Mela A, Pavez Mina C, Chitarra W, Perrone I, Gribaudo I, Gambino G.
Title Lotus japonicus NF-YA1 plays an essential role during nodule differentiation and targets members of the SHI/STY gene family
Journal Molecular plant-microbe interactions: MPMI. 2016.
Authors Hossain MS, Shrestha A, Zhong S, Miri M, Austin RS, Sato S, Ross L, Huebert T, Tromas A, Torres-Jerez I, Tang Y, Udvardi M, Murray JD, Szczyglowski K.
Title Numerical and RAPD Analysis of Eight Cowpea Genotypes from Nigeria
Journal Nigerian Journal of Biotechnology. 2016.
Authors E.O. Idehen, S.A. Oyelakin, A.O. Onikola, V.O. Adedapo
Title Chemical Control of Black Scorch Disease on Date Palm Caused by the Fungal Pathogen, Thielaviopsis punctulata in United Arab Emirates
Journal Plant Disease. 2016.
Authors Esam Eldin Saeed, Arjun Sham, Khaled Abbas El-Tarabily, Firas Abu Elsamen, Rabah Iratni, Synan F. AbuQamar
Title Identification Of Cuscuta Campestrisyuncker In Uae: Study Of Bar Code Loci-Rbcl, Matk And Trnh-Psbain The Uae And Egyptian Cultivars And In The Respective Host Plants Basil And Jute
Journal International Journal of Research in Science. 2016.
Authors Alsaadi, A., Saif, M., Yasser, M., Gaur, S., El-wakil, H., Maloukh, L., & Lakshmi, T. V. R
Title Potential biosurfactant producing endophytic and epiphytic fungi, isolated from macrophytes in the Negro River in Manaus, Amazonas, Brazil
Journal African Journal of Biotechnology. 2016.
Authors Lima, J. M. S., Pereira, J. E. O., Batista, I. H., Neto, P. D. Q. C., dos Santos, J. C., de Ara&ujo, S. P., ... & de Azevedo, J. L. U
Title Fate of transgenic deoxyribonucleic acid fragments in digesta and tissues of rabbits fed genetically modified soybean meal
Journal Journal of Animal Science. 2015.
Authors P. Morera, L. Basiricò, B. Ronchi and U. Bernabucci
Title MiRNA-Mediated Regulation of the SWI/SNF Chromatin Remodeling Complex Controls Pluripotency and Endodermal Differentiation in Human ESCs
Journal Stem Cells. 2015.
Authors Wade SL, Langer LF, Ward JM, Archer TK
Title Mangrove Rhizosphere Soils: A Unique Natural Source of Pravastatin-Producing Penicillium Microfungi
Journal International Journal of Extensive Research. 2015.
Authors Seydametova Emine, Norazwina Zainol, Jailani Salihon and Peter Convey
Title A stable JAZ protein from peach mediates the transition from outcrossing to self-pollination
Journal BMC Biology. 2015.
Authors Sherif Sherif, Islam El-Sharkawy, Jaideep Mathur, Pratibha Ravindran, Prakash Kumar, Gopinadhan Paliyath and Subramanian Jayasankar
Title Genome and Metagenome Sequencing: Using the Human Methyl-Binding Domain to Partition Genomic DNA Derived from Plant Tissues.
Journal Applications in Plant Sciences. 2014.
Authors Erbay Yigit, David I. Hernandez, Joshua T. Trujillo, Eileen Dimalanta, and C. Donovan Bailey.
Title Establishment of invasive and non-invasive reporter systems to investigate American elm–Ophiostoma novo-ulmi interactions.
Journal Fungal Genetics and Biology. 2014.
Authors S. Sherif, A.M.P. Jones, M.R. Shukla, P.K. Saxena.
Title Aplification of TRP1 for Specific Detection of Phytophthora Ramorum.
Journal United States Patent Application 022057. 2014.
Authors Bohannon, Robert C., Russell Jr., Paul F.
Title Development of a Real-Time Microchip PCR System for Portable Plant Disease Diagnosis.
Journal PLoS One. 2013.
Authors Koo C, Malapi-Wight M, Kim H, Cifci O, Vaughn-Diaz V, Ma B, Kim S, Abdel-Raziq H, Ong K, Jo Y, Gross D, Shim W, Han A
Title Optimization of decolorization of palm oil mill effluent (POME) by growing cultures of Aspergillus fumigatus using response surface methodology.
Journal Environmental Science and Pollution Research. 2012.
Authors Neoh C, Yahya A, Adnan R, Majid Z and Ibrahim Z.
Title Three sympatrically occurring species of Metarhizium show plant rhizosphere specificity.
Journal Journal of Microbiology. 2011.
Authors Wyrebek M, Huber C, Sasan RK, Bidochka MJ.
Title Molecular cloning and expression analysis of a delta 6-fatty acid desaturase gene from Rhizopus stolonifer strain YF6 which can accumulate high levels of gamma-linolenic acid.
Journal Journal of Microbiology. 2011.
Authors Wan X, Zhang Y, Wang P, Jiang M.
Title Flexible metabolism in Metarhizium anisopliae and Beauveria bassiana: utility of the glyoxylate cycle during insect pathogenesis
Journal Microbiology. 2011.
Authors Padilla-Guerrero IE, Barelli L, Gonzˆlez-Hernˆndez GA, Torres-Guzmˆn JC, Bidochka M.

Plant/Fungi DNA Isolation Kits

These kits provide a rapid method for the isolation and purification of total DNA from a wide range of plant and fungal species. Total DNA, including genomic DNA, mitochondrial DNA and chloroplast DNA can be purified from fresh or frozen plant tissues, plant cells or fungi samples using this kit. Purified DNA samples can be used for the detection of viral pathogens, as viral DNA is isolated with the plant/fungi DNA. The purified DNA is of the highest integrity, and can be used in a number of downstream applications including PCR, qPCR, SNP, Southern blotting and sequencing.

Plant/Fungi DNA Isolation Kit

Complete 10 purifications in 45 minutes. This kit offers a maximum loading volume of 650 μL per column, and a maximum binding capacity of 50 μg per column.

Plant/Fungi DNA Isolation 96-Well Kit

For high throughput applications. Purification with the 96-well plates can be integrated with a robotic automation system. Complete 96 purifications in 50 minutes. This kit offers a maximum loading volume of 500 μL per well, and a maximum binding capacity of 50 μg per well.

Plant/Fungi DNA Isolation Kit (Magnetic Bead System)

The DNA is bound to the surface of the magnetic beads under optimized buffer conditions and released using a low salt buffer system. The Plant DNA Isolation Kit (Magnetic Bead System) can be easily adapted to automated magnetic bead separation instruments and work stations.

Plant/Fungi DNA Isolation 96-Well Kit (Magnetic Bead System)

For high throughput applications. Purification with the 96-well plates can be integrated with a robotic automation system.

 

 

Supporting Data

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Kit Specifications

You have selected: Cat. 26200
Kit Specifications - Spin Column
Column Binding Capacity
50 μg
Maximum Column Loading Volume
650 μL
Maximum Amount of Starting Material:
Plant Tissues
Fungi (wet weight)
100 mg
100 mg
Average Yields*
50 mg Tomato Leaves
50 mg Grape Leaves
50 mg Peach Leaves
50 mg Plum Leaves
50 mg Pine Needles
Botrytis cinerea (50 mg wet weight)
Fusarium sp. (50 mg wet weight)
Aspergillus niger (50 mg wet weight)
 
18 µg
10 µg
10 µg
10 µg
5 µg
1.5 µg
2 µg
4 µg
Time to Complete 10 Purifications  45 minutes

* Average yields will vary depending upon a number of factors including species, growth conditions used and developmental stage.
 

* Average yields will vary depending upon a number of factors including species, growth conditions used and developmental stage. 

Storage Conditions and Product Stability
All solutions should be kept tightly sealed and stored at room temperature, except for the RNAse which should be stored at -20°C. This kit is stable for 1 year after the date of shipment.

Select Plants and Fungi that can be used with the Plant/Fungi DNA Purification Kits

Plants Plants (Cont'd) Fungi
Tomato Turnip Aspergillus niger
Grape Chinese Cabbage Mucor racemosus
Peach Radish Cladosporium cladosporioides
Plum Komatsuna Fusarium oxysporum
Pine Needles Apricot Penicillium sp.
Raspberry Sweet Potato Botrytis cinerea (Botryotinia fuckeliana)
Strawberry Hydrangea Pichia sp.
Legumes Fig Rhizopus oryzae
Prosopis cineraria (Ghaf) Turf Alternaria tenuissima
Sorghum grass Cherry Fusarium sp.
Tobacco Saintpaulia  
Arabidopsis Lotus  
Lichen Carrot  
Corn seed Hansen  
Sunflower seed Pistachio  
Olive seed    
Soybean seed    
You have selected: Cat. 26250
Kit Specifications - Spin Column
Column Binding Capacity
50 μg
Maximum Column Loading Volume
650 μL
Maximum Amount of Starting Material:
Plant Tissues
Fungi (wet weight)
100 mg
100 mg
Average Yields*
50 mg Tomato Leaves
50 mg Grape Leaves
50 mg Peach Leaves
50 mg Plum Leaves
50 mg Pine Needles
Botrytis cinerea (50 mg wet weight)
Fusarium sp. (50 mg wet weight)
Aspergillus niger (50 mg wet weight)
 
18 µg
10 µg
10 µg
10 µg
5 µg
1.5 µg
2 µg
4 µg
Time to Complete 10 Purifications  45 minutes

* Average yields will vary depending upon a number of factors including species, growth conditions used and developmental stage.
 

* Average yields will vary depending upon a number of factors including species, growth conditions used and developmental stage. 

Storage Conditions and Product Stability
All solutions should be kept tightly sealed and stored at room temperature, except for the RNAse which should be stored at -20°C. This kit is stable for 1 year after the date of shipment.

Select Plants and Fungi that can be used with the Plant/Fungi DNA Purification Kits

Plants Plants (Cont'd) Fungi
Tomato Turnip Aspergillus niger
Grape Chinese Cabbage Mucor racemosus
Peach Radish Cladosporium cladosporioides
Plum Komatsuna Fusarium oxysporum
Pine Needles Apricot Penicillium sp.
Raspberry Sweet Potato Botrytis cinerea (Botryotinia fuckeliana)
Strawberry Hydrangea Pichia sp.
Legumes Fig Rhizopus oryzae
Prosopis cineraria (Ghaf) Turf Alternaria tenuissima
Sorghum grass Cherry Fusarium sp.
Tobacco Saintpaulia  
Arabidopsis Lotus  
Lichen Carrot  
Corn seed Hansen  
Sunflower seed Pistachio  
Olive seed    
Soybean seed    
You have selected: Cat. 26900

* Average yields will vary depending upon a number of factors including species, growth conditions used and developmental stage.
 

Kit Specifications - 96-well
Binding Capacity Per Well
50 μg
Maximum Loading Volume Per Well
500 μL
Size of DNA Purified

All sizes

Maximum Amount of Starting Material:
Fungi
Plant Tissues
 
50 mg (wet weight)
50 mg
Average Yields*
Grape leaf
Apple leaf
Strawberry leaf
Plum leaf
Peach leaf
Peach petiole
7 µg
3 µg
6 µg
4 µg
5 µg
4 µg
Time to Complete 96 Purifications
50 minutes

* Average yields will vary depending upon a number of factors including species, growth conditions used and developmental stage. 

Storage Conditions and Product Stability
All solutions should be kept tightly sealed and stored at room temperature, except for the RNase A which should be stored at -20°C. This kit is stable for 1 year after the date of shipment.

Select Plants and Fungi that can be used with the Plant/Fungi DNA Purification Kits

Plants Plants (Cont'd) Fungi
Tomato Turnip Aspergillus niger
Grape Chinese Cabbage Mucor racemosus
Peach Radish Cladosporium cladosporioides
Plum Komatsuna Fusarium oxysporum
Pine Needles Apricot Penicillium sp.
Raspberry Sweet Potato Botrytis cinerea (Botryotinia fuckeliana)
Strawberry Hydrangea Pichia sp.
Legumes Fig Rhizopus oryzae
Prosopis cineraria (Ghaf) Turf Alternaria tenuissima
Sorghum grass Cherry Fusarium sp.
Tobacco Saintpaulia  
Arabidopsis Lotus  
Lichen Carrot  
Corn seed Hansen  
Sunflower seed Pistachio  
Olive seed    
Soybean seed    
You have selected: Cat. 58200
Kit Specifications
Maximum Plant Input
50 mg
Type of Plants Processed
All types of plant species and tissue
Average Yield from 50 mg of Plant*
3-10 μg
Average Purity (OD260/280)
1.8 - 2.0
Time to Complete 12 Purifications
50 minutes

* Average DNA yield will vary depending on the donor

Storage Conditions and Product Stability
Store RNAse A at -20°C upon arrival. All other solutions should be kept tightly sealed and stored at room temperature. This kit is stable for 1 year after the date of shipment.

You have selected: Cat. 62400
Kit Specifications
Maximum Plant Input
50 mg
Type of Plants Processed
All types of plant species and tissue
Average Yield from 50 mg of Plant*
3-10 μg
Average Purity (OD260/280)
1.8 - 2.0
Time to Complete 96 Purifications
Less than 60 minutes

* Average DNA yield will vary depending on the donor

Storage Conditions and Product Stability
Store RNase A at -20°C upon arrival. All other solutions should be kept tightly sealed and stored at room temperature. This kit is stable for 1 year after the date of shipment.

Component Cat. 26200 (50 preps) Cat. 26250 (250 preps) Cat. 26900 (192 preps) Cat. 58200 (50 preps) Cat. 62400 (192 preps)
Lysis Buffer L 30 mL 1 x 30 mL
2 x 60 mL
2 x 60 mL 60 mL 2 x 60 mL
Binding Buffer I 7 mL 1 x 7 mL
1 x 25 mL
25 mL 7 mL 25 mL
Solution WN 18 mL 1 x 18 mL
1 x 55 mL
55 mL 18 mL 55 mL
Wash Solution A 38 mL 2 x 38 mL 2 x 38 mL - -
Elution Buffer B 15 mL 30 mL 30 mL 8 mL 30 mL
RNAse A 1 vial (80 μL) 5 vials (5 x 80 μL) 1 vial 1 vial 1 vial
Magnetic Bead Suspension - - - 4 x 1.1 mL 2 x 8.5 mL
Filter Columns 50 250 - - -
Spin Columns 50 250 - - -
Collection Tubes 100 500 - - -
96-Well Plate - - 2 - 2
96-Well Collection Plate - - 2 - -
Adhesive Tape - - 4 - 2
Elution Tubes (1.7 mL) 50 250 - 50 -
96-Well Elution Plate - - 2 - 2
Product Insert 1 1 1 1 1

Regular, 96-Well (26200, 26250, 26900)

Title New Antifungal Compound, 6-Pentyl-α-Pyrone, against the Maize Late Wilt Pathogen, Magnaporthiopsis maydis
Journal Agronomy. 2022
Authors Ofir Degani, and Asaf Gordani
Title Genomic analyses point to a low evolutionary potential of prospective source populations for assisted migration in a forest herb
Journal Evolutionary Applications. 2022
Authors Frederik Van Daele,Olivier Honnay,Hanne De Kort
Title Common facultative endosymbionts do not influence sensitivity of cereal aphids to pyrethroids
Journal RES JOUNRALS. 2022
Authors Daniel J. Leybourne, Petra Melloh, Emily A. Martin
Title Emergence and Genomic Characterization of Multidrug Resistant Candida auris in Nigeria, West Africa
Journal J. Fungi. 2022
Authors Rita Oladele, Jessica N. Uwanibe, Idowu B. Olawoye, Abdul-Wahab O. Ettu, Jacques F. Meis and Christian T. Happi
Title Alternaria species causing pomegranate and citrus fruit rots in Albania
Journal Journal of Plant Diseases and Protection. 2022
Authors Magdalena Cara, Mirela Toska, Dajana Frasheri, Riccardo Baroncelli & Simona Marianna Sanzani
Title Evaluation of Three Forms of Rhizoctonia solani Mediated Pathogenicity to Sugar Beet Cultivars in Greenhouse Studies
Journal bioRxiv. 2022
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