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#1 jinwu

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Posted 27 January 2005 - 05:08 PM

Hi everyone, I had involve in a project on developing control for quantitative PCR reaction. We have developed a technology that enables the production of freeze dried pellets that contain a precise number of bacteria. We believe that there may be an opportunity for this technology in the PCR market. By inserting genes onto the chromosome of bacteria and then producing freeze dried pellets that contain a precise number of the bacteria, we are able to produce precise numbers of genes.

Do you see any use of this technology in quantitative PCR? For example, will it be useful for setting standards for qPCR reaction or inhibition control? And is there a need for precise DNA controls for quantitative PCR in your research?

Any comments or suggestions would be appreciate




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