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  • SapphireAmp Fast PCR Master Mix

    SapphireAmp Fast PCR Master Mix

    Takara Bio
    Thursday, February 06, 2014
    This reagent is designed to rapidly set up a hot start PCR. This made it ideal for large scale genotyping to assess a single nucleotide polymorphism of interest. The reagents were successful in a ... read more
  • HemaVision Multiplex RT-PCR System for Typing/Subtyping of Leukemia

    HemaVision Multiplex RT-PCR System for Typing/Subtyping of Leukemia

    DNA Technology A/S
    Tuesday, December 14, 2010
    HemaVision is a line of products offered by DNA Technology. We use their multiplex RT-PCR system for typing leukemia (cat number DNAT–HV1); this kit can screen and type 28 different translocations. ... read more
  • hnHotStar Taq DNA Polymerase From Qiagen

    hnHotStar Taq DNA Polymerase From Qiagen

    Wednesday, October 27, 2010
    PCR is now a standard practice for all labs which are into molecular based examination. To get reproducible results, a lab should use well-standardized products which are sensitive and... read more
  • TaqMan® PreAmp Master Mix From Applied Biosystems

    TaqMan® PreAmp Master Mix From Applied Biosystems

    Life Technologies
    Wednesday, May 14, 2008
    I was working on a project that involved performing quantitative RT-PCR (qPCR) from cells obtained by laser capture microdissection. Without amplification, I was unable to detect most of my targets. I... read more
  • Apex™ Taq DNA Polymerase Master Mix, 2.0X From Genesee Scientific

    Apex™ Taq DNA Polymerase Master Mix, 2.0X From Genesee Scientific

    Genesee Scientific
    Thursday, October 11, 2007
    Apex BioResearch Products’ 2.0x Taq Master Mix (available from Genesee Scientific) contains everything you need for routine PCR except template and primers. Given the sensitivity of PCR, and its ... read more
  • The Mammalian Gene Collection

    The Mammalian Gene Collection

    Mammalian Gene Collection
    Wednesday, August 10, 2005
    I recently had the opportunity to take advantage of a fabulous web-based resource called The Mammalian Gene Collection (http://mgc.nci.nih.gov/). In simplest terms, the MGC is a searchable collection ... read more
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