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#1 thitima

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Posted 15 December 2009 - 02:39 AM

Hi everyone,

I am interesting about diagnostics kit which use real-time PCR technology.
The kit's instruction suggests us to use rotor gene 3000, but I have Rotor-Gene Q may it replace ?

More Information, the detection of amplified DNA fragment is performed in fluorimeter
channel FAM with the fluorescent quencher BHQ1. In addition, the kit contains a system to identify
possible PCR inhibition by measuring the VIC/JOE fluorescence of the internal control (IC).

Could I use Rotor-Gene Q ?

Thank you for your help.


Thitima

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Posted 16 December 2009 - 12:42 AM

Hi everyone,

I am interesting about diagnostics kit which use real-time PCR technology.
The kit's instruction suggests us to use rotor gene 3000, but I have Rotor-Gene Q may it replace ?

More Information, the detection of amplified DNA fragment is performed in fluorimeter
channel FAM with the fluorescent quencher BHQ1. In addition, the kit contains a system to identify
possible PCR inhibition by measuring the VIC/JOE fluorescence of the internal control (IC).

Could I use Rotor-Gene Q ?

Thank you for your help.


Thitima


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