Best practices for successful PCR
There have been many advances in genomics, but PCR continues to form the basis of most NAATs. Here are our 8 top tips to help you make the right choices when designing a successful PCR.
Detection of cancer-associated mutations in liquid biopsies
Learn how the effective capture of highly fragmented cfDNA enables the identification of therapeutic targets
Discovery of cancer biomarkers in serum using Sera-Xtracta Cell-Free DNA Kit
Performance evaluation for Sera-Xtracta Cell-Free DNA Kit in a targeted NGS biomarker discovery workflow, using serum from stage IV non-small cell lung cancer (NSCLC) and colorectal cancer (CLC) patient samples.
Monitoring therapeutic response in NSCLC using liquid biopsy
Performance evaluation of the Sera-Xtracta™ Cell-Free DNA Kit for plasma based-monitoring of therapeutic response and resistance in advanced non-small cell lung cancer (NSCLC) patients undergoing treatment with tyrosine kinase inhibitors (TKI).
Purification of SARS-CoV-2 samples
Read our proof of concept for the extraction of viral RNA from UTM and biofluids collected on Whatman 903 cards
Reproducible protein and peptide cleanup for mass spectrometry
Protocol highlighting the efficient removal of detergents, salts and other contaminants from protein and peptide samples
Sensitive detection of total nucleic acid (RNA and DNA)
Read our proof of concept demonstrating the effective purification of DNA and RNA from viruses and bacteria
Sensitive detection of viral RNA using direct RT-PCR chemistry
Discover how our Direct RT-PCR chemistry offers a convenient alternative to nucleic acid test protocols
The benefits of lyophilization in assay kit development
Find out how stabilizing reagents and assays can maximize integrity and shelf life, whilst reducing shipping complexity
Trends in rolling circle amplification
Learn how the manipulation, error free production and assembly of nucleic acids are advancing