A real-time quantitative polymerase chain reaction(qPCR) is a technique of molecular biology, that is used to amplify and simultaneously detect or quantify targeted DNA molecules. The procedure follows the general principle of PCR. During PCR reaction progress the accumulation of PCR products results in the enhancement of fluorescence signals as the cycle numbers increase. Thus, PCR reaction progress is detected in “real time” by monitoring the fluorescence intensity.
– Detect viruses; detect GMO; identify cultivar; Mutant genotyping
Relative Quantitative Analysis
– Reference gene and target gene expression analysis
Absolute Quantitative Analysis
– Absolute quantitative analysis of DNA(RNA) ; transgene copy determination.
Virus and pathogen quantification (SNP Analysis)
– Human disease analysis; Individuation of medical treatment; HRM analysis
|Real-time PCR for gene exprssion analysis|
|Real-time PCR for gene copy number analysis|
|Real-time PCR of plasmid copy number analysis|
|Real-time PCR of for aging related genes|
|Real-time PCR for stem cell genes|
|Real-time PCR for Differentiation related genes|