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Diagnostic dPCR

Bio-Rad Laboratories

The QX200 Droplet Digital™ PCR (ddPCR™) System is used to partition a ddPCR reaction mixture into thousands of nanoliter-sized droplets. After each endpoint PCR on a thermal cycler, droplets are read individually as they are ...

Reverse Transcription ddPCR Kit

Bio-Rad Laboratories

The One-Step RT-ddPCR Advanced Kit for Probes is the latest offering for Droplet Digital™ PCR (ddPCR) reagents. In 2012, a new paradigm was introduced by which researchers could achieve absolute measure of target RNA molecules by combi...

Antibodies for Western Blotting

Bio-Rad Laboratories

PrecisonAb™ Antibodies offer sensitivity, specificity, and reliability to help researchers improve their Western blotting results. The antibodies come with complete validation data so researchers can accurately assess the antibodies&am...

Cell Sorter

Bio-Rad Laboratories

The S3e Cell Sorter (488/640 nm) incorporates fluorescence wavelengths commonly used by immunologists who customarily use the 640 nm wavelength to excite and detect red fluorophores, such as allophycocyanin (APC) and APC-Cy7. The S3e Cell Sorter...

Assay Kits for Spinal Muscular Atrophy Research

Bio-Rad Laboratories

Two new targets have been added to the PrimePCR™ Assay Kits for Droplet Digital PCR (ddPCR™). The predesigned, fully wet-lab validated assays with kits for SMN1 and SMN2 copy number determination are commonly studied genes as...

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