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The PCR technique is a vital tool in many areas of life sciences. PCR is a method for the amplification of DNA that has revolutionised molecular biology and has many and varied applications in many and diverse areas of biological and clinical science. The PCR techniques in use today are almost exclusively based on real-time PCR, or quantitative PCR (qPCR) technology. Current real-time PCR technology has applications in a huge range of scientific areas. We provide here a review of PCR technology for competent and advanced users. Most of the information provided on these pages is from published books and papers written by leading scientists. The review includes PCR protocols, procedures and techniques, PCR troubleshooting, a description of PCR machines, tips and advice on primer design, PCR applications and much more. Also provided is a full review of PCR theory, both traditional, legacy PCR and real-time quantitative PCR or qPCR.
Molecular Diagnostics
Edited by: Jim Huggett and Justin O'Grady
The application of molecular technology in clinical diagnosis in two key diagnostic areas: cancer and infectious diseases.
I would highly recommend this book (Doodys) read more ...
Real-Time PCR
Edited by: Nick A. Saunders and Martin A. Lee
Provides both the novice and experienced user with an invaluable reference to a wide-range of real-time PCR technologies and applications and supplies detailed technical insights into the underlying principles, methods and practice of real-time PCR.
"an invaluable reference" (Doodys); "wide range of real time PCR technologies" (Food Sci Technol Abs) read more ...

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