DNA Extraction by QIAamp DNA Mini Kit

Mekong Molecular Surveillance Network
Extracting Plasmodium spp. DNA from dried blood spots by QIAamp DNA Mini Kit
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Than you for share the protocols. Do you have any protocol about dna immunization to share?

Dear Candy,

Thank you for your request. Unfortunately we do not work on immunization or vaccines. However, here is a link to a paper that is open access with the procedure that they used for DNA immunization as a first step in  a procedure -

Please let us know if you need any further assistance.

Many thanks,


You may try DNA transfection service. Details:

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