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Accelerate qPCR - New Thermo Scientific PikoReal Real-Time PCR System
Use less reagents, less consumables, and less energy with the Thermo Scientific PikoReal, an innovative thermal cycler that delivers outstanding performance and is part of a comprehensive PCR workflow comprising instruments, reagents and consumables. The Thermo Scientific PikoReal Real-Time PCR System is light, quiet and has the smallest footprint in the market, thereby making it ideal for personal use. The system is available in two different configurations: PikoReal 24-well system for use with 24-well Piko PCR Plates and standard 8-well strips, and PikoReal 96-well system for use with 96-well Piko PCR plates. It is part of the complete qPCR workflow offered by Thermo Scientific that includes, sample preparation, nucleic acid extraction, DNA/RNA analysis and qPCR assays and reagents. Thermo Fisher provides a comprehensive portfolio of products for qPCR applications. Customers can obtain everything required for a complete qPCR workflow, including reagent kits for SYBR Green and probe chemistries, as well as instruments and equipment for sample storage, DNA/RNA extraction, analysis, amplification and liquid handling. Explore More Links: New Product Information: 

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