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DNA Labeling Guide

Within Roche, several labeling methods have been established. For example, DNA labeling is easy using PCR or choose in vitro transcription for your RNA applications. Alternatively, customers may choose nick translation when doing in situ hybridization.

Learn more about different labeling methods and identify the right application and products for your needs:
Labeling Methods Overview

Get a detailed overview of DIG labeling methods and receive guidelines for a successful DIG labeling experiment.
DIG Labeling Methods

 

Labeling Methods DIG-Labeling Reagents Other Labeling Reagents

PCR Labeling

Kits for labeling

 

Mixes for labeling without enzymes
Nucleotides for labeling
Enzymes
       

Nick Translation

Kits for labeling  
Mixes for
labeling without enzymes
Nucleotides for
labeling
 
Enzymes
 

Random Priming

Kits for labeling
and detection
 
  Kits for labeling
  Mixes for
labeling without
enzymes
  Nucleotides for
labeling
  Enzymes
  Additional
products

 

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