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4 Newest Publications about the topic pcr tubesrss
27-08-2012 | Sha Peng, Jing Xiao, Jing Cheng, Miao Zhang, Xiaoyan Li, Min Cheng, Microchimica Acta, 2012
We have developed a simple method for the microextraction of the carbamate pesticides carbofuran, pirimicarb, and carbaryl. It is termed ionic liquid magnetic bar microextraction (ILMB-ME) and based on an ionic liquid deposited on a magnetic stirrer bar placed in a sealed short PCR tube into ...
30-08-2011 | Xin Huang; Lihua Hou; Xiaohe Xu; Hongjun Chen; Haifeng Ji; Shuifang Zhu, Analyst, 2011
Traditional real-time polymerase chain reaction (PCR) requires a purified DNA sample for PCR amplification and detection. This requires PCR tests be conducted in clean laboratories, and limits its applications for field tests. This work developed a method that can carry out DNA purification, ...
23-05-2011 | Xu Shi; Liang-I Lin; Szu-yu Chen; Shih-hui Chao; Weiwen Zhang; Deirdre R. Meldrum, Lab on a Chip, 2011
Real-time PCR at the single bacterial cell level is an indispensable tool to quantitatively reveal the heterogeneity of isogenetic cells. Conventional PCR platforms that utilize microtiter plates or PCR tubes have been widely used, but their large reaction volumes are not suited for sensitive ...
01-01-2011 | Brück, Simon; Evers, Heidrun; Heidorn, Frank; Müller, Ute; Kilper, Roland; Verhoff, Marcel A., Journal of Forensic Sciences, 2011
Abstract: The purpose of this project was to develop a method that, while providing morphological quality control, allows single cells to be obtained from the surfaces of various evidence materials and be made available for DNA analysis in cases where only small amounts of cell material ...