PCR fragment analysis

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PCR (polymerase chain reaction) is very useful when needing to analyze minimal or reduced / degraded DNA samples. PCR fragment analysis is often the first step in:

  • CRISPR/Cas 9
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  • High throughput DNA sequencing
  • Reverse genetics
  • Mutation detection
  • Genetic mapping
  • And many more applications

Before running your PCR products through any of those applications, it is highly recommended to qualify and quantify your amplicons by analyzing your samples using the Fragment Analyzer. Examples of laboratories who do quantitative and qualitative PCR analysis using capillary electrophoresis (CE) are the Quake Lab at Stanford Universityin their study of brain tumor mutations, Johannes Guttenberg University in Germany in their study of cfDNA (cell-free DNA) and Seoul National University in South Korea while studying ginseng.

The Fragment Analyzer provides you with an automated, high-throughput, walk-away workflow that delivers a qualitative and quantifiable PCR analysis.

Request a demo to see how the Fragment Analyzer can qualify and quantify your PCR products! Not quite ready for a demo? That’s ok. Simply click here and we’ll send you a Fragment Analyzer brochure.

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