RNA amplification is often required for producing sufficient amounts of labeled target nucleic acid for detection by array hybridization.
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PicoMaxx high fidelity PCR system is formulated with a blend of Taq and Pfu DNA polymerases and ArchaeMaxx polymerase-enhancing factor. Along with an optimized buffer, this formulation enables the detection of low-copy-number targets in complex DNA backgrounds, providing sensitivity.
Greiner Bio-One offers 96 and 384 well polypropylene and traditional 96 well polycarbonate PCR plates. The plates have excellent heat exchange properties and are guaranteed DNase/RNase free and non-pyrogenic. Several skirt options are available to fit a variety of instruments.
Phusion High-Fidelity DNA polymerase incorporates a patented DNA-binding element which dramatically increases polymerase processivity. Phusion polymerase provides fidelity, high yields per unit, and short reaction times for long targets (1 kb to 28 kb).
By Catherine Shaffer - 8/03/04
GeneFishing Technology offers a unique approach for identifying only authentic Differentially Expressed Genes (DEGs) in two or more nucleic acid samples. This technology improves specificity of PCR amplification, enabling researchers to find only real PCR products as a result.
UV PCR Workstation brings together UV light and antimicrobial stainless steel to create a protective environment against PCR contamination. The unit's chamber can be decontaminated between procedures with high intensity shortwave 254 nm UV.
Real-time PCR offers a quantitative method for viral and bacterial pathogen detection, measurement of gene expression, and mutation detection.
EPICENTRE's MasterAmp T th DNA polymerase contains both reverse transcriptase and DNA-dependent DNA polymerase activities and is offered for single-tube RT-PCR. Reverse transcription using the product can be performed at temperatures up to 60 C to significantly reduce RNA secondary structure.
Six new kits are offered chemical, non-radioactive labeling of nucleic acids, including single-stranded, double-stranded, linear or super-coiled DNAg of target in a single reaction. Simple labeling protocols can be used to attach biotin, dinitrophenol, fluorescein, dGreen, rhodamine, or DEAC labels.