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On the RealTime ready Configurator, we offer function tested human, mouse, and rat qPCR assays for gene expression quantification based on the unique Universal ProbeLibrary technology (UPL). The Universal ProbeLibrary is a set of short hydrolysis pro
A Cross-Platform Comparison
During the past few years real-time PCR has been proven to be a key technology for gene expression analysis, for instance for gene expression profiling and array verification studies and for the genotyping of single nucleotide polymorphisms, both in
An important trend in biological and biochemical analysis over the past 15 years has been miniaturization and parallelization of analytical procedures. Large-scale high-throughput analysis of gene expression or genetic polymorphisms is an essential e
The Roche Innovats product line is now available from Roche Applied Sciences. Below is a short introduction to three Roche Innovatis product lines designed for the complete analysis of cell cultures, from the simple determination of cell concentratio
Retroviral reverse transcriptases commonly used for cDNA synthesis exhibit a higher error rate than other DNA polymerases used in nucleic acid analysis techniques. This lack of accuracy leads to a significant number of base exchanges or frameshifts w
The experimental method of introducing foreign molecules into cells is an important tool to facilitate studies in various biological fields. Transfection using lipophilic methods (liposomes or other cationic species) is a convenient means of introdu
One of the most interesting aspects of real-time PCR based on detection of fluorophoric-labeled oligonucleotides, such as Hydrolysis probes, and Molecular Beacons, is the possibility of being able to detect conveniently multiple targets in the same
Alexandre Evrard1,2, Caroline Raynal1,2, Jean-Christophe Boyer2, Lionel Le Gallic2, and Serge Lumbroso1,2 1Institut de Génomique Fonctionnelle, Département d'Oncologie Moléculaire et Cellulaire, Montpellier, France, 2Laboratoire de Biochimie, Hôpita