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Sample DNA extraction in point of care settings

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Default Sample DNA extraction in point of care settings



Hello,

I would like to know what would be the best, easy and cheapest way to extract DNA from sample such as blood, urine, CSF,... in point of care settings, meaning no centrifugation, no freezing, ....
DNA will be then use for a Loop Amplification Isothermal technique (more or less like a classic PCR).

All your suggestions are welcome!

Natagato
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