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AKT1 E17K Genomic DNA Starter Pack

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Quantitative Molecular DNA Reference Standards are critical for understanding the sensitivity and consistency of your molecular assay.

Genomic DNA Starter Packs are provided with one vial of mutant and one vial of wild type that can be used to generate a stoichiometric dilution curve from 50% to 0% mutant allelic frequency. This can be used to identify the limit of detection of your molecular assays
Product AKT1 E17K Genomic DNA Starter Pack
Company Horizon Diagnostics
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Catalog Number HD 101-007-01-020 SP
Quantity 20ng Mutant Vial, 200ng Wild type Vial
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Horizon Diagnostics
Building 7100 Cambridge Research Park Cambridge CB25 9TL United Kingdom

Tel: +44 1223 655580
Fax: +44 1223 655581
Email: Jonathan.frampton@horizondiscovery.com



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