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Mermade 6 Synthesizer

Mermade 6 Synthesizer

The MerMade 6 Oligonucleotide synthesizer is designed to synthesize DNA, RNA and LNA oligonucleotides in a column format using standard or modified chemistries.

STANDARD FEATURES

  • 20 Amidite ports
  • Scales range from 20nanomole to 5micromole
  • Fully featured API for remote monitoring and control
  • Flexible and easy to use software that runs on Windows 7 and 10
  • Run Logging
  • Mixed backbone capability (phosphorothioate and phosphodiester)
  • Dell PC & monitor included with extended warranty
  • Pre-loaded with standard protocols
  • Cleavage apparatus included

OPTIONAL FEATURES

  • >20 Amidite ports
  • UPS power back up allows synthesis recovery in the event of power loss
  • Multiple reagent cap adapters
  • Bar code reader
  • Custom integration of software with in house LIMS
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Product information

The MerMade 6 Oligonucleotide synthesizer is designed to synthesize DNA, RNA and LNA oligonucleotides in a column format using standard or modified chemistries. The Mermade 6 is ideal for a lab requiring medium through put with maximum flexibility. This instrument has been placed in many universities, pharma and diagnostic companies operating in cGMP environments. The machine is available in a 6 column configuration with up to 20 amidite positions. It is capable of making a combination of standard, degenerate, and modified oligos in the same run with scales varying from 50nmole to 200umole (over 400umole with certain supports). Synthesis time depends on chemistry and desired product quality but a typical run time is less than 2 hours for 12 columns of DNA 20mers. No other machine offers the flexibility, upgrade ability, dependability, efficiency and ease of use than the MM 6 at any cost. Please contact our Sales department for pricing.

Brand BioAutomation
Type Instruments
Synthesizer Model MerMade 6

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