The SYBR® Green Extract-N-Amp™ Tissue PCR Kit contains all the reagents needed for rapid extraction, amplification and detection of genomic DNA from mouse tails and other animal tissues, buccal swabs, hair shafts, and saliva.
Chromatin Immunoprecipitation quantitative real-time PCR (ChIP-qPCR) is commonly used in studies that focus on specific genes and potential regulatory regions across differing experimental conditions and data analysis. qPCR enables DNA analysis in real time by analyzing fluorescent signal intensities that
Primer Concentration Optimization Protocol is an approach to create a matrix of reactions. This is used to test a range of concentrations for each primer against different concentrations of the partner primer.
A protocol that can be used as a basic template for qPCR incorporating up to four detection probes. In these reactions, primers and probe are included at a final concentration of 200 nM and are run using LuminoCt ReadyMix.
Measuring a target quantity relative to one or more stable reference genes using SYBR Green I dye detection is a common application of qPCR. Below is a standard protocol that can be adapted to specific experimental needs.
A protocol that can be used as a basic template for qPCR incorporating a detection probe that is specific to a single target. In these reactions, primers and probe are included at a final concentration of 200 nM and are
KiCqStart One-Step Probe RT-qPCR ReadyMix is a ready-to-use, highly sensitive master mix for reverse transcription quantitative PCR (RT-qPCR) of RNA templates using hybridization probe detection chemistries such as TaqMan 5'-hydrolysis probes on real-time PCR systems.
he SPUD assay is one option for identification of inhibitors that may be present in RNA or DNA samples. The assay is particularly useful when a large number of samples are to be analyzed or when targets are present at
The 3’/5’ integrity assay is a potential first step in the identification of RNA degradation. The assay is particularly useful when a large number of samples are to be analyzed or when the degradation is less than that detected by
The Bio-Rad digital droplet system is based on oil emulsification technology and uses a standard 96-well plate format. Each sample is partitioned into 20,000 reactions, yielding a total of 1.9 million reactions per plate.
Gradient PCR for assay optimization is to determine the optimum annealing temperature (Ta) of the primers by testing identical reactions containing a fixed primer concentration, across a range of annealing temperatures.