ROCHE says its newly-launched Magna Pure 96 system for automated sample preparation is designed to better fulfill the needs of diagnostic customers. This latest IVD version of Magna Pure 96 is CE-certified for use in Europe, having previously been introduced in the USA.
“The CE-mark makes the instrument suitable for diagnostic applications in clinical labs around the world”, said Gerd Haberhausen, Roche’s business head of qPCR and nucleic acid purification. “This is an important fact for clinical research organisations operatin globally”.
MagNA Pure 96 is able to purify a broad spectrum of human samples and offers Lims (laboratory information management system) connectivity for safer and more convenient data transfer. It provides ready-to-use reagents and uses a minimal number of consumables for purification of nucleic acids from up to 96 clinical samples in less than 60 minutes.