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MyiQ Single-Color Real-Time PCR Detection System from Bio-Rad

ProductsMyiQ Single-Color Real-Time PCR Detection System from Bio-Rad
Company Bio-Rad
Item MyiQ Single-Color Real-Time PCR Detection System
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Description The MyiQ detection system is used for single-color real-time detection using SYBR Green I, FAM, VIC, TET, or JOE fluorophores and features a real-time PCR thermal gradient, simultaneous collection of fluorescence data from 96 wells, a gene expression macro for relative quantitation, and customizable end-point analysis. The system includes the optical module and optical power supply, SYBR Green I and FAM filter set, software CD-ROM, 96-well 0.2 ml thin-wall PCR plates, optical-quality sealing tape, communication cable, power cord, and instructions.
Info Bio-RadBio-Rad
Bio-Rad Laboratories, Inc.
Life Science Research Group
2000 Alfred Nobel Drive
Hercules, CA 94547
USA
Customer Service: 800-424 6723
Fax Number: 800-879 2289
Web Site: http://discover.bio-rad.com
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