MO BIO Laboratories Pledges Support for Post-Katrina DNA Analysis of Contaminated Water, Soil and Human Remains

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MO BIO Laboratories, Inc. today registered with the National Emergency Resource Center, pledging a variety of kits to be made available at no charge for isolation of DNA from contaminated water, soil or human and animal remains.

MO BIO Laboratories, Inc. today registered with the National Emergency Resource Center pledging a variety of kits to be made available at no charge for isolation of DNA from contaminated water, soil or human and animal remains.

The DNA isolation kits can be located in the HAZ-Mat Incident Response Items section of the U.S. Department of Homeland Security’s web site at: https://www.swern.gov.

Mark Brolaski, CEO of MO BIO Laboratories, Inc. noted, "We wanted to ensure that the appropriate parties would know of the availability of these donated kits within the SWERN system to help with recovery and HAZ-Mat monitoring efforts."

MO BIO is also making the same kits available, at no charge, to other Gulf coast research centers that will be initiating studies on the affect of water and soil contamination due to the after affects of hurricane Katrina.

Interested parties should contact MO BIO Laboratories to discuss their needs.

For further information on MO BIO products, please visit http://www.MOBIO.com

About MO BIO: MO BIO Laboratories, Inc. is a privately held company focused on DNA and RNA kits for molecular biology. Established in 1993 and located in the San Diego Biotech corridor, the MO BIO team has members who were some of the early market pioneers launching front end nucleic acid isolation kits and tools from companies such as BIO101, QBiogene, and QIAGEN.

More information, data and pictures available at: http://www.mobio.com/products

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