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What is a DNA Component?
Our plasmids are composed of both a core vector backbone and a series of DNA components. Our plasmid platform is all built around the same core backbone, which means that the DNA components within each plasmids can be interchanged into
Oligonucleotide Array CGH Analysis of a Robust Whole Genome Amplification Method
In recent years, array-based Comparative Genomic Hybridization (aCGH) has been refined to determine chromosomal changes at progressively higher resolutions. This evolving technology is, however, somewhat hampered by the large DNA input requirement—a minimum of 150,000 copies of a human genome
Methods Used to Detect Proteins and Nucleic Acids Bound to Membranes
Background and protocols describing the various methods used by molecular biologists to detect samples of protein or nucleic acids bound to membranes.
Digoxigenin (DIG) Labeling Methods
Digoxigenin (DIG) labeling methods and kits for DNA and RNA DIG probes, random primed DNA labeling, nick translation labeling, 5’ and 3’ oligonucleotide end-labeling.
Molecular Beacons
Molecular Beacons are structured probes that are highly sensitive, sequence specific, and are used for sequence detection in qPCR and in vitro studies.
KAPA Mouse Genotyping Kit FAQs
Frequently asked questions (FAQs) for KAPA Mouse Genotyping Kit.
Fluorescent in situ Hybridization (FISH)
Available Fluorescent in situ hybridization (FISH) procedures, reagents and equipment.
Oligonucleotide Quality Control & Quality Assurance
The foundation of Sigma's manufacturing process is a robust Quality Management System, which drives compliance to ISO 9001:2008 certification.