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App Note / Case Study

Efficient, High-Throughput Characterization of Microbial Populations

The 16S ribosomal RNA (16S rRNA) gene is present in most bacterial species. As it contains both highly conserved and variable regions, it can be used to identify and classify different taxonomic levels.
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QuantStudio™ 7 Pro Dx (CE-IVD, IVDR) System Enables Simplified and Smart Workflows

Powered by proven technology, the Applied Biosystems QuantStudio 7 Pro Dx Real-Time PCR System is a standalone qPCR platform that is versatile, highly expandable, and easy to use. Designed to support in vitro diagnostic (IVD) applications, the QuantStudio 7 Pro Dx system incorporates smart features such as hand-free functionality. Whether your laboratory is running routine assays or developing new ones, the QuantStudio 7 Pro Dx can support your work.
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App Note / Case Study

The Importance of Reproducibility for Gene Therapy Development

The scale of research into potential gene therapies often means that work is distributed across multiple locations. Investigators must have confidence that the results obtained at one site are consistent with results obtained at other sites participating in the study.
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Accelerate Your Gene Therapy Research

Whether your key vector strategy is based on adenoviruses (AV), adeno-associated viruses (AAV) or lentiviruses (LV), the development of these genetic analysis tools is enabling researchers to develop safer gene therapies – with greater speed.
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eBook

How To Become a PCR Pro

This eBook has been compiled with this in mind, and has everything you need to know about PCR, including tips on PCT to aid your success, how to set up a PCR lab from scratch plus reducing protocol for PCR.
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Extensive Sequence and Structural Evolution of Inhibitory Antibodies to Arginase2 Enabled by an Unbiased Approach to Affinity Maturation

Speaking at the Advances in Drug Discovery & Development 2022 online symposium, Stuart Haynes delivered his talk on the extensive sequence and structural evolution of inhibitory antibodies to Arginase2.
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Real-Time PCR Solutions for Molecular Diagnostics

Change the world, or change hers. Discover how Thermo Fisher Scientific can put you in control of assay development and testing in molecular diagnostics.
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Rapid Mycoplasma Testing: Meeting Regulatory Requirements with Confidence

Cell-based products must be free of mycoplasma to ensure their quality and safety. Download this infographic to learn how to detect mycoplasma infections efficiently and meet regulatory compliance with confidence.
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App Note / Case Study

Automated Parallel Capillary Electrophoresis for Purity Analysis of ssDNA and RNA Oligonucleotides

As oligonucleotides (oligos) are synthesized, small amounts of impurities can be introduced at each step, and different synthesis methods and purification efficiencies can impact the quality of the sample.
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App Note / Case Study

Improving qPCR Reliability With Automated RNA Normalization and Plate Setup

Quantitative real time PCR, often coupled with reverse transcription (RT-qPCR), is a powerful technique for detecting differences in the copy number of nucleic acids and can be used for analysis of gene expression.
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