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OmniLyse® Cell Lysis Kits

For Hard-To-Lyse Sample Prep in Minutes

Product Overview:
ClaremontBio's OmniLyse® family of Lysis Kits are ultra-rapid and mechanical cell disruptors, capable of lysis in roughly one minute with even hard-to-lyse gram-positive organisms and is hailed by the USDA as the best available method.

"OmniLyse methods provided the greatest consistent yield of genomic DNA."- Irwin et al. BMC Microbiology (2014) 14:326 - USDA publication - Near-Quantitative Sampling of Genomic DNA from Various Food-Borne Eubacteria

The OmniLyse® Lysis Kits utilize a bead beating method to quickly shear open cells without the use of harsh chemicals, wash baths, or a centrifuge. The OmniLyse is operated by a battery pack and can be used anywhere. Capable of disrupting most types of cells, the OmniLyse® Lysis Kit is an excellent fit for various downstream applications. The OmniLyse® Kits are highly customizable and allow for easy integration into systems and applications for commercially available products or in earlier phases of product development.

OmniLyse® Key Features:
- Rapidly lyses a wide range of cell types in roughly 1 minute
- Works with cells including gram-positive & gram-negative, yeast, mammalian, spores, cysts, and many more
- No chemicals or wash steps make OmniLyse® Kits ideal for sensitive assays that can be affected by the presence or organic compounds.
- Disposability and portability allow OmniLyse® Kits to be stored under normal laboratory condition. After use, the kits can then be simply thrown away without any harm to the environment.
- Can be used and purchased with beads or without
- Various configurations available to best suit your sample
- No centrifugation steps
- Simple protocol

OmniLyse® Ultra-rapid Cell Lysis Protocol

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Publications Referencing OmniLyse® Lysis Kits:

Near-Quantitative Sampling of Genomic DNA from Various Food-Borne Eubacteria

Bead Beating-Based Continuous Flow Cell Lysis in a Microfluidic Device

Aminoglycoside-modifying Enzymes Determine the Innate Susceptibility to Aminoglycoside Antibiotics in Rapidly Growing Mycobacteria

Variability in DNA Polymerase Efficiency: Effects of Random Error, DNA Extraction Method, and Isolate Type

Solution-based Circuits Enable Rapid and Multiplexed Pathogen Detection

Proximal Bacterial Lysis and Detection in Nanoliter Wells Using Electrochemistry

Optimized Templates for Bottom-Up Growth of High-Performance Integrated Biomolecular Detectors

Ipso-Hydroxylation and Subsequent Fragmentation: a Novel Microbial Strategy To Eliminate Sulfonamide Antibiotics

Tuning the Bacterial Detection Sensitivity of Nanostructured Microelectrodes

Point of Care Diagnostics: Status and Future

Mechanical Disruption of Lysis-Resistant Bacterial Cells by Use of a Miniature, Low-Power, Disposable Device Point-of-Care Nucleic Acid Testing For Infectious Diseases

Point-of-Care Nucleic Acid Testing For Infectious Diseases

Continuous-Flow, Rapid Lysis Devices for Biodefense Nucleic Acid Diagnostic Systems

WetLab-2: Quantitative PCR Tools for Spaceflight Studies of Gene Expression aboard the International Space Station

Ch 8: Microfluidic Diagnostics for Low-resource Settings: Improving Global Health without a Power Cord

Development Status of the WetLab-2 Project: New Tools for On-orbit Real-time Quantitative Gene Expression

Low-Cost Microdevices for Point-of-Care Testing

Refining Sample Prep for Molecular DX

Use of a Disposable Lysis Device and Capture of Unamplified mycobacterial rRNA on A Liquid Bead Array for Species Determination from Liquid Cultures

Real-Time Sample Prep on the Horizon

Novel Applications for Sample Preparation: Tool Providers Launch Innovative Products to Meet Researchers' Protein-Related Demands