ResolveDNA™ Early Access Whole Genome Amplification Kit

For high-quality single-cell and low-input DNA amplification

(Formerly SkrybAmp EA Whole Genome Amplification Kit)

Available in 24 and 96 Reaction Kits

ResolveDNA EA Whole Genome Amplification Kits introduce an unprecedented approach to address the inherent challenges of single-cell and ultra-low input genetic analyses. The new amplification methodology, Primary Template-directed Amplification or PTA, employs controlled reaction parameters to reproducibly recover greater than 95% of the genome of single-cells and limited DNA input samples with best in class uniformity and accuracy. The performance is scalable, supporting the routine use of reliable single-cell genomic analyses in a variety of applications.

  • Isothermal, quasi-linear PTA has significantly diminished allelic dropout and biases compared to existing WGA methods that have low and variable coverage across the genome
  • Specific amplification of the primary template with >97% of reads mapping to the human genome and no detectable product in no template control reactions
  • Simple, user friendly workflow that requires less than 45 mins of hands-on time
  • Compatible with whole genome sequencing, including low-pass CNV calling, as well as target enrichment workflows
  • Consistent WGA fragment sizes and yields from picogram to nanogram starting inputs

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ResolveDNA™ Complete Starter Pack

For optimal ResolveDNA Whole Genome Amplification Kit performance

Each high-quality product in the ResolveDNA Complete Starter Pack has been carefully developed to provide optimal performance for the ResolveDNA Whole Genome Amplification Kit.

The Starter Pack includes:

  • BioSkryb PCR Plate Spinner
  • BioSkryb PCR Plate Thermal Mixer
  • ResolveDNA Magnetic Plate
  • ResolveDNA Bead Purification Kit - 24 Reactions
  • ResolveDNA Cell Buffer Pack
  • 25 LoBind 96 Well PCR Plates
  • PCR Plate Cooler
  • PCR Plate Sealing Film - Pack of 100

We also offer a ResolveDNA™ Consumables Only Starter Pack without the Plate Spinner and Thermal Mixer equipment.

ResolveDNA™ Bead Purification Kit

For reliable PTA reaction and library cleanup

Available in 24 and 96 Reaction Kits

ResolveDNA paramagnetic beads support the PTA workflow by offering a reproducible solution to clean up PTA reactions and sequencing libraries.

  • Reliable and consistent size selection profiles
  • Amenable to manual and automated workflows
  • Recovery of amplicon fragments greater than 100bp
  • Compatible with most NGS library prep chemistries


ResolveDNAMagnetic Plate

For optimum bead cleanup performance

Optimized for use with ResolveDNA purification beads with PTA reactions. The ResolveDNA Magnetic Plate is compatible with full, half, and no skirted PCR plates, and 0.2 mL PCR strips. The magnet is designed to keep the plate or PCR strip secure, preventing movement during the purification.


Coming Soon


BioSkryb Library Adapter Plates

High-quality adapters are vital to the generation of next-generation sequencing libraries, including for PTA products from single cells. BioSkryb is partnering with Integrated DNA Technologies, the leader in oligonucleotide synthesis, to provide adapters that have been verified to be compatible with the ResolveDNA™ Whole Genome Amplification Kit.  With these adapters, customers can expect the generation of consistent, high-quality sequencing libraries.

BioSkryb TrailBlazer™ Bioinformatics Platform v1.0

(Coming in Q3 – 2020)

The TrailBlazer platform uses standardized best practices for bioinformatic DNA sequencing analysis to allow users to evaluate the quality of their data, including sequencing alignment, coverage, and single nucleotide variant calling metrics. Version 1.0 of the analysis platform will also visualize the results in an intuitive layout, allowing users to compare results between cells (or samples).

TrailBlazer v1.0 is compatible with Illumina, MiSeq, MiniSeq, NextSeq, and NovaSeq platforms. Future versions will incorporate the calling and visualization of additional types of genomic variants (including structural and copy number variants), as well as the integration of multi-omics data.