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PCR

(cell and molecular biology)
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PCR instrumentation has also significantly improved.
The factors driving the growth of this market are increasing demand for innovative technology supporting early and accurate diagnosis of life threatening disease, rising demand for PCR in genetic and molecular testing, expiry of key players PCR patents, rising investments in the field of companion diagnostics, advent of digital PCR, increasing RT-PCR based food safety testing, increasing affinity for automated high throughput and robotic systems and multiplexed analytical strategies for improving sensitivity and speed of PCR technology.
To overcome the inherent limitations of some PCR instruments, we present an alternative approach, limited denaturation time-COLDPCR (LDT-COLD-PCR).
Toyota Innova was included in the PCR fleet last year when 30 cars were deployed for patrolling in New Delhi district.
Compared with the common PCR approach, nested PCR comprises two rounds of PCR reactions, which guarantees the specificity and sensitivity of this technique.
Summarized in an easy-to-use selection guide, the Porvair PCR plate range of standard or low profile 96-well PCR plates are available in specific optimized formats (full, half or no skirt), with well volumes of 100-200 microliters.
For PET bottle processors, the source of almost all PCR is carbonated soft-drink, water, and other beverage bottles.
In the past there were a number of reports of PCR artifacts pertaining to DGGE.
HCMV genome in all the 70 clinical specimens were genotyped by multiplex nested PCR whereas only 65 were genotyped by PCR-based RFLP.
PCR was performed with AmpliTaq Gold Master Mix (Applied Biosystems).
The kit is compatible with all makes and types of PCR machines (so called thermal cyclers) and with current PCR assays.