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Rapid nucleic acid and protein quantification

BioTek's Take3 Trio Micro-Volume Plate capable of measuring up to forty-eight 2µL sample



Kits for improved nucleic acid recovery from FFPE samples

FFPE tissues are a valuable source of information for retrospective research, says AMSBIO



RiboTask's Unlocked Nucleic Acid Monomers

Link Technologies Ltd is pleased to announce the commercialisation and launch of a range of unlocked-nucleic acid monomers under license from RiboTask ApS, Denmark.



Locked nucleic acid fluorescent probes provide novel alternative

Locked nucleic acid is a promising and powerful technology for real-time quantitative polymerase chain reaction.



Single tube solution streamlines the extraction of nucleic acid

The polymerase chain reaction (PCR) has changed the way we do life sciences, but the impact of this technology has reached far beyond that, into clinical settings and other fields of study such as gene/drug discovery, forensic science, ecology, archaeology, genetics/molecular biology, and anthropology. Craig M Sampson reports.



Nucleic acid separation system gives precision fragment sizing

A bioanalyser used in conjuction with a kit to size DNA fragments generated by restriction enzyme digestion can overcome limitations of slab gel electrophoresis. Odilo Mueller reports.



Locked nucleic acid ­ high affinity nucleic acid analogues

Locked nucleic acid (LNA) forms exceptionally thermostabile duplexes with complementary DNA and RNA and has the potential to improve current in vitro DNA diagnostic technologies and therapeutic drug development. Report by Jan Skouv, Henrik Ørum and Mogens Havsteen Jakobsen.



Nucleic acid sequence-specific quantitation: two approaches

The quantitative analysis of nucleric acid sequences is currently a major issue for basic molecular biology, life sciences industry and many other emerging fields, This type of analytical techniques also represents a wide potential market for specialised products, kits, apparatuses or integrated systems involving both dedicated apparatuses and consumables. Dr Alberto Domingo reports.



Locked nucleic acid ­ a new tool for in vitro DNA diagnostics

Locked nucleic acid (LNA) forms DNA- or RNA-heteroduplexes with exceptional high thermal stability, and has the potential to improve current in vitro DNA diagnostic technologies. Jan Skouv, Nana Jacobsen and Mogens Havsteen Jakobsen report the latest research and what is likely to be the impact on today's and tommorow's technologies.



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