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Hybridization for High Throughput Genotyping


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00-127


Abstract


Researchers at the Stanford Genome Technology Center developed a patented method with a unique reagent mixture to associate, reassociate, renature and hybridize nucleic acid molecules. This method both accelerates the reaction rate and improves specificity.

Applications


  • Genotyping
  • Gene expression assays
  • Northern hybridization

Advantages


  • High speed reaction
  • High specificity enabling high throughput genotyping

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Patent Status



Date Released

 5/2/2013
 

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