Published in Hepatitis Weekly, June 12th, 2006
"PCR is widely used to amplify a small amount of DNA in samples for genetic analysis. Rapid and accurate amplification is prerequisite for broad applications including molecular diagnostics of diseases, food safety, and biological warfare tests.
"We have developed a rapid real-time micro-scale chip-based PCR system, which consists of six individual thermal cycling modules capable of independent control of PCR protocols," wrote Y.K. Cho and colleagues,...
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