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PCR

(cell and molecular biology)
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three different variations of digital PCR being marketed, and they all have their strengths and weaknesses in the marketplace.
This Frost & Sullivan research service titled European PCR Reagents Market for Research Applications provides an overview of the PCR reagents market for research applications, together with their revenues.
During the second nested PCR, the linked TSPY-DPB1 PCR product will be amplified further inside the fixed male cells (and outside cells in the supernatant).
While PCR is gaining importance as one of the most preferred laboratory techniques of researchers, the major question arising is whether these technologies are cost effective," explains the analyst.
We analyzed the feasibility of long-term storage of cell lysates at -20[degrees]C by pipetting 1-[micro]L aliquots of cell lysates into PCR reaction vessels directly after preparation.
The sensitivity of immunohistochemical analysis was compared to that of culture, regular PCR, nested PCR, and serologic testing by using the Fisher exact test.
The results of the three PCR methods were analyzed by [chi square] test only after the first run of PCR examining all of the 60 DNA samples.
These measurements provide early data on PCR appearance prior to pelletizing.
Until now, researchers in our lab have had to share a real-time PCR instrument with multiple labs.
Toyota Innova was included in the PCR fleet last year when 30 cars were deployed for patrolling in New Delhi district.
Recycling reduces the amount of plastic sent to landfills, and using PCR helps support the recycling infrastructure.
25 U of AmpliTaq Gold LD (Applied Biosystems, Foster City, CA, USA) to obtain a high yield of the PCR products.