GenomePlex® Whole Genome Amplification is the method of extracting DNA from the animal sample. GenomePlex® products have been used to amplify genomic DNA from chicken, porcine, bovine, fish, and shrimp source.
Whole Genome Amplification can be performed on DNA extracted in many ways. We offer many products for DNA extraction, including the GenElute™ Blood Genomic DNA Kit, GenElute Mammalian Genomic DNA Miniprep Kit and the GenElute Plant Genomic DNA M iniprep.
Whole blood is a common source of material used to perform genetic analysis. Many times genomic DNA isolated from whole blood samples is of low yield. This protocol is a simple method to isolate DNA from fresh or aged
Blood cards provide the convenience of archiving small volumes of blood. However, many times genomic DNA from these samples is limited, This protocol provides a simple and convenient method to extract genomic DNA from a blood card. Once the DNA
Reverse transcription is the analysis of gene expression to measure concentration mrna a gene. there are several challenges such analyses, as differences in halflife between different transcripts, temporal patterns and lack correlation protein.
A protocol that can be used as a basic template for qPCR incorporating a detection probe that is specific to a single target. In these reactions, primers and probe are included at a final concentration of 200 nM and are
Primer Concentration Optimization Protocol is an approach to create a matrix of reactions. This is used to test a range of concentrations for each primer against different concentrations of the partner primer.
A protocol that can be used as a basic template for qPCR incorporating up to four detection probes. In these reactions, primers and probe are included at a final concentration of 200 nM and are run using LuminoCt ReadyMix.
Gradient PCR for assay optimization is to determine the optimum annealing temperature (Ta) of the primers by testing identical reactions containing a fixed primer concentration, across a range of annealing temperatures.
Measuring a target quantity relative to one or more stable reference genes using SYBR Green I dye detection is a common application of qPCR. Below is a standard protocol that can be adapted to specific experimental needs.
The 3’/5’ integrity assay is a potential first step in the identification of RNA degradation. The assay is particularly useful when a large number of samples are to be analyzed or when the degradation is less than that detected by