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Thus, the direct PCR approach reported here is a new alternative for DNA amplification from FAW samples.
DNA amplification is represented graphically by plotting turbidity in arbitrary units against reaction time; the plot shows an exponentiallike shape.
Currently, genome sequencing utilizes DNA amplification to make billions of molecular copies in order to produce a sample large enough to be analyzed.
DNA amplification from a male would provide just one band (since a male only has one X chromosome), while results from a female sample could provide two bands (since a female is XX) if the PCR product produced was two different sizes.
for an amendment to a non-exclusive license to Genelabs' Linker-Aided DNA Amplification technology, which is known as LADA.
The first product to utilize this technology, was the TempliPhi DNA amplification kit, released in April of 2001 by Amersham Biosciences (known as Amersham Pharmacia Biotech at the time).
6,403,037 covering a novel reaction vessel for use in the company's I-CORE(R) DNA amplification and detection modules.
ATLANTA -- DNA amplification methods of testing patients for Chlamydia trachomatis are far easier than traditional tissue culture methods, but their simplicity may be luring physicians to use them inappropriately, Dr.
The hybrid system, combining both DNA purification and DNA amplification will be used in determining the DNA sequence of a large number of expressed genes from canola and wheat - both multi-billion dollar crops of central importance to agriculture in Canada.
Whether DNA amplification would be of much help in identifying terrorists remains to be determined.
PCR and DNA Amplification Technologies and Markets 5.