Thermocyclers

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Products Thermocyclers

The New Standard for Speed and Precision in High-Throughput-Qpcr: qtower3

The patented fiber optic shuttle system with unique light source powered by four high-performance LED’s guarantees ideal illumination and detection of known fluorescent dyes up to the dark red more

Biometra TAdvanced – Benefit from More Than 25 Years of Experience in PCR

What makes the TAdvanced particularly impressive are its excellent heating and cooling rates more

Real-Time PCR Now Has a New Profile

MyGo Pro and MyGo Mini are real-time PCR-cyclers of the new generation. No more space? That was yesterday. Small, solid and reliable, they are a perfect complement for every laboratory more

News Thermocyclers

  • QIAGEN and Applied Biosystems Settle all Disputes over Real-Time PCR Thermal Cycler Patents

    Corbett, QIAGEN, ltf Labortechnik GmbH & Co. KG, and Applied Biosystems, LLC, part of Life Technologies Corporation announced a settlement of their disputes concerning infringement by Corbett’s Rotor-Gene_TM Real-Time PCR-Cyclers and Applied Biosystems’ Real-Time Thermal Cycler Instrument patents. more

  • Gene Lab To Go

    A huge number of diagnostic techniques are based on PCR (the polymerase chain reaction): the use of PCR allows even the tiniest amounts of genetic material to be duplicated so that it can be analyzed. This should make things such as the rapid and reliable identification of a dangerous infectious age more

  • A better way to copy DNA

    Scientists have developed a new method for DNA amplification that could replace the polymerase chain reaction (PCR). In the August issue of EMBO reports, Huimin Kong and colleagues at New England Biolabs (Beverly, MA, USA) describe a way to copy mass amounts of DNA that has significant advantages ov more

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