Human Placenta DNA is a high complex DNA purified exclusively from human placental tissue from male newborn. It is treated with Proteinase K and subsequent phenol extraction and precipitation. The DNA has a high molecular weight and high purity. The fragment size of Human Placenta DNA is > 10 kb. It is tested for absence of HIV, HCV and HPV.
This DNA will specifically block human random repeat sequences and therefore is a ideal blocker for hybridization experiments like FISH or Southern/ Northern techniques. It can also be used for genomic analysis or construction of genomic libraries.