Adaptive PCR Technique Offers Simpler Alternative

News   Jan 23, 2018 | Original Story from Vanderbilt University

 
Adaptive PCR Technique Offers Simpler Alternative

Prototype adaptive PCR device. The small sample in the center is illuminated by an ultraviolet laser on the right and varying levels of fluorescence are detected by the spectrophotometer on the left and are used to control the DNA duplication process. Credit: Anne Rayner / Vanderbilt

 
 
 

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