bDNAsignal amplification assay

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bDNAsignal amplification assay

A molecular probe technique based on branched DNA (bDNA) for hybridisation signal amplification. One end of the bDNA binds a specific target; the other end has multiple branches of DNA that bind to a probe for signal detection.
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Branched DNA signal amplification for direct quantitation of nucleic acid sequences in clinical specimens.
These modified branching non-nucleoside bases, which BioGenex refers to as "diverge DNA", avoids the problem of non-specific hybridization that is seen with branched DNA signal amplification and detection.
The second technique was branched DNA signal amplification, a newly approved method of directly detecting the level of HIV in the blood.
A branched DNA signal amplification assay for quantification of nucleic acid targets below 100 molecules/ml.
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