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DNA and RNA Probes: Preparation, Formats, Labeling, Amplification, Detection

Tue, 08/09/2011 - 4:39am
Bio-Medicine.Org

NEW YORK, Aug. 9, 2011 /PRNewswire/ -- Reportlinker.com announces that a new market research report is available in its catalogue:

DNA and RNA Probes: Preparation, Formats, Labeling, Amplification, Detection

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This comprehensive review of the DNA and RNA probe technology includes modern principles of probe preparation, various test formats, labeling techniques, and numerous amplification methods.

Contains 60 pages

Table of Contents

1. Basic Principles

2. Probe Preparation

3. DNA Probe Test

a. Sample Preparation

b. Hybridization

c. Separation

d. Detection/Measurement

4. Test Formats

a. Filter Hybridization

b. Southern Blot

c. Northern Blot

d. In Situ Hybridization

e. Others

5. Labeling Techniques

6. Amplification Methods

Polymerase Chain Reaction

Temperature Cyclers

PCR Variations

ImmunoPCR

QCPCR

DAPPCR

Strand Displacement Activation

TMA

Ligase Chain Reaction

Branched DNA

Hybridization Protection Assay

NucleicAcid SequenceBased Amplification

SelfSustained Sequence Replicase

Others

Ampliprobe

CAR

CAS

CPT

Dendritic Polymer Technology

ISOCR

LAT

Probe Networks

RAMP

Repair Chain Reaction

Rolling Circles

Sequence Independent Gene Ampli

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