thermocycler

thermocycler

(thĕr′mō-sīk″lĕr)
A device used to heat and cool clinical and laboratory specimens rapidly. It is used in polymerase chain reaction (PCR) assays.
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Tenders are invited for open tender for the purchase of thermocycler
Furthermore, we confirmed that the genotyping robustness of the HRMA assay by using 2 commonly used HRMA-capable thermocyclers, as well as a recently introduced HRMA-capable magnetic induction thermocycler.
This is a problem of particular importance in low-resource settings where its other advantages of not requiring a complex thermocycler might be most valuable.
Then all strips tubes vortex for mixing the components and centrifuged for 3000rpm for 3 minutes in Exispin centrifuge, after that transferred into Miniopticon Real-Time PCR thermocycler. Real-Time PCR thermocycler conditions was set according to primer annealing temperature and RT-PCR TaqMan kit instructions by Miniopticon Real-Time thermocycler system as in the following table(3):
Briefly, 25 L of reaction mixture containing 2.5 L of extracted DNA, 12.5 L of PCR master mix (2x) (Fermentas, Germany), 1 L of forward (10 pmoles/ L) and reverse (10 pmoles/ L) primers each (Oligos, GeneLink, USA), and 8 L of DEPC water was subjected to thermocycler (ThermoElectron, Finland) under following conditions; initial denaturation at 94C for 4 min followed by 35 cycles, each of 94C for 30 seconds, annealing at 55C for 1 min and extension at 72C for 1 min.
David Erickson and his team from the Sibley School of Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering at Cornell University in Ithaca, N.Y., have built a solar-powered PCR thermocycler that pushes the sample analysis onto a phone with an add-on and an app.
The PCR reaction was performed in a total volume of 50 [micro]l using a thermocycler, 7 [micro]l DNA template, 5 [micro]l (10x) Taq assay buffer, 1 [micro]l dNTP's (each in a 10 mM concentration), 1 [micro]l forward and reverse primers (10 picomoles/ [micro]l), 0,25 taq polymerase (1 U), 4 [micro]l Mg[Cl.sub.2] and 30,75 [micro]l of sterile distilled water.
According to the company, the Lyra Parainfluenza Assay is a ready-to-use, molecular PCR reagent kits specifically designed to be compatible with a laboratory's existing thermocycler. The kits provide ready-to-use master mix, absence of frozen storage of key reagents as well as highly sensitive, qualitative PCR results within 75 minutes.
Accomplishments towards this purpose included: (1) Designing the promoter and fluorescent protein (FP) nucleotides that should be responsive to MSG; (2) Assembling and amplifying the promoter and the FP genes using the nucleotides in a polymerase chain reaction (PCR) thermocycler instrument; (3) Transforming the promoter and the FP into a bacterial plasmid vector; (4) Testing the completed E.
After deoxynucleotide triphosphates (dNTPs, the building blocks of nucleic acids: adenine, guanine, cytosine, and thymine), short oligonucleotide primers (needed to initiate DNA synthesis), a thermostable DNA polymerase (that can withstand temperatures in excess of 94[degrees]C experienced during the PCR reaction), and some template DNA have been added to the tubes, DNA replication can be carried out through the use of a thermocycler (see Figure 1A).