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1291. Data Analysis for Real-time PCR - (reply: 2)
1292. Apoptotic gene expression - Help required in RT-PCR for apoptotic genes (reply: 1)
1293. argh more pcr headaches! - (reply: 6)
1294. Annealing temperature - (reply: 3)
1295. Replicate inconsistencies in qPCR - (reply: 6)
1296. With 40 pcr cycles, how relevant are samples with Ct's of 35-40? - Help me please, I'm going nuts over this problem!! (reply: 2)
1297. Chlamydia PCR cycling conditions - (reply: 1)
1298. On-unit screen or PC…which is better? - (reply: 12)
1299. Primers going "loopy" - (reply: 2)
1300. Biotinylated! - brief explanaion (reply: 2)
1301. what do i say?! - (reply: 2)
1302. Smearing on gel in PCR products - (reply: 5)
1303. 260/230 ratio: how low is good for running PCRs? - (reply: 2)
1304. introducing alanine mutations - (reply: 1)
1305. Hematin - calculation (reply: 1)
1306. How to generate sticky ends? - (reply: 3)
1307. How to Normalize of RT-qPCR with several reference genes ? - (reply: 2)
1308. PROBLEM WITH MELTING CURVES - i realy need help (reply: 2)
1309. Relative RT-PCR, multiplate and calibration - (reply: 4)
1310. Trying to measure small levels of mRNA - (reply: 3)
1311. Don't understand why we need RT-PCR? - Slight Confusion guys, please clear me up (reply: 6)
1312. Equalizing RNA samples for Reverse Transcription - Should I do this before or after DNA digestion (reply: 2)
1313. Relative RT-PCR - (reply: 2)
1314. Relative real time RT PCR - (reply: 2)
1315. DTT - WHY DTT IS USED IN RT- PCR (reply: 1)
1316. 40 pcr cycles and Ct-values of 36-40 - trust or not? - (reply: 1)
1317. IQ5 and sybr/FAM - (reply: 3)
1318. a simple primer problem - (reply: 5)
1319. Failure to introduce mutations using Overlap PCR - (reply: 3)
1320. no or poor amplification - (reply: 1)