Live webinar: Microchip-based real-time PCR
Date: April, 18 | Time: 11 am PST (6 pm UTC) -- The polymerase chain reaction (PCR) is a well-known technique that has been adopted for detection of many bacteria, fungi, viruses, and viroids due to high specificity and sensitivity. However, most of the currently used PCR analysis techniques for multiple pathogen detection are very time-consuming, require tedious reaction set up in strictly controlled laboratory conditions and prone to user errors.
Register for our upcoming webinar and meet an innovative approach to PCR analysis: rapid qualitative and quantitative analysis of nucleic acids in various samples with the real-time microchip-based PCR.
In this webinar you will learn:
- What makes it possible to reduce analysis time to just 20 minutes (45 cycles);
- How the instrument can work with less than 1μl of the PCR reagents;
- What the instrument uses to minimize the risk of contamination and the user error;
- What do you need for the analysis: the instrument works with ready-to-use microchips, the third-party PCR kits or your own developed PCR reagents.