Rapid Cycle Real-Time PCR

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Quantification on the LightCycler

  • Randy RasmussenAffiliated withIdaho Technology

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Over the last 15 years, PCR has become an essential part of most laboratories involved in biomedical research. PCR amplification turns a few attograms of a specific fragment of nucleic acid (far too little to be analyzed directly or used in biochemical reactions) into as much as a microgram of DNA.