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10 /PRNewswire-FirstCall/ -- Sigma-Aldrich , a leading Life Science and High Technology company, is pleased to announce the launch of GenomePlex(R) Single Cell Whole Genome Amplification (WGA) Kit.
The new GenomePlex Single Cell WGA Kit supports whole genome amplification from a single cell, resulting in a million-fold amplification yielding microgram quantities of genomic DNA.
Quantification of amplification products obtained from 88 independent 3'-Ribo-SPIA amplifications of 20 ng of Universal Human RNA (Stratagene) yielded mean (SD) Ct values of 15.
A total of 13 Ribo-SPIA amplifications with 20 ng of total RNA input per amplification gave a present call of 53.
AMEX: ONC) today announced the introduction of its Sunrise Amplification Detection System at the American Association of Cancer Research annual meeting in San Diego.
The second element is the time and labor associated with the past amplification analysis of the product.
Used in conjunction with expression microarrays, GenoSensor genomic microarrays can help researchers determine not only if a gene is present, but also whether the gene is found in abnormally high numbers, and if abnormal gene amplification is correlated with overexpression of an important protein.
A key advantage of this technology is that it enables one to look at a segment of the human genome to see whether or not there have been key primary events such as a gene amplification or deletion that are now known to be directly associated with the development and progression of cancer.
4 billion Life Science and High Technology company, is pleased to announce two additions to the GenomePlex Whole(R) Genome Amplification (WGA) family of products: the GenomePlex Complete Whole Genome Amplification Kit and the GenomePlex WGA Reamplification Kit.
Many researchers today performing whole genome amplification assays have a need for increased amplification accuracy in addition to finding a method that preserves precious source material.
Direct, Quantitative Detection of Nucleic Acid Amplification Products
AMEX: ONC) today announced the introduction of its Sunrise(TM) Amplification Detection System at the American Association of Cancer Research annual meeting in San Diego.