A qPCR workflow involves multiple steps, each of which adds to the time and cost of the entire experiment. The PrimePCR™ Assays and Panels from Bio-Rad eliminate a number of these steps with their predesigned primers and probes and help with the assay design. See what steps they eliminate and how that would help expedite your qPCR experiment.
A Semi-Automated Quantitative PCR Approach to Assess Differential Anti-Apoptotic Gene Expression Patterns Associated with Prostate Cancer Progression
Gene expression analyses become complicated and extremely time consuming when large numbers of genes need to be analyzed. Here we present a semi-automated qPCR workflow with reduced setup and processing times using Bio-Rad’s PrimePCR™ Panels and CFX Automation System II Plate Handler.
Too Many Questions, Too Little Sample: Developing a Real-Time PCR Workflow for Monitoring Gene Expression in Limited Samples
Traditional real-time PCR workflows often limit the number of genes that can be studied, especially when sample amounts are small. A new workflow now allows Mark Kibschull of the Lunenfeld-Tanenbaum Research Institute in Toronto to track the expression of hundreds of genes using a fraction of the starting material required by traditional methods.
One easy way to obtain a PrimePCR plate customized for your research is to modify one of Bio-Rad’s predesigned panels. This short video tutorial shows you how to use the online tools at Bio-Rad.com to edit a predesigned plate and create, then order your own customized 96- or 384-well PCR plate.
It’s fast and easy to build your own PrimePCR plate. This video walks you through using the Custom Plate Configurator at Bio-Rad.com to create your own 96- or 384-well PCR plate.
A wide range of PCR assays is available through Bio-Rad.com for use with real-time or Droplet Digital™ PCR systems. Get a quick refresher on ordering these products with this short video.
Better, Faster, and Less Expensive Gene Expression Analysis Using Multiplex One-Step RT-qPCR: A Case Study of Colorectal Cancer
Conducting a triplex one-step RT-qPCR assay promises a more efficient and economical analysis of gene expression compared to running three individual assays. This technical report describes a colorectal cancer case study where a triplex multiplex assay was validated.
Bio-Rad’s Universal Real-Time PCR App – Everything You Need to Know about Real-Time PCR at Your Fingertips
Bio-Rad’s Universal Real-Time PCR Kits and Reagents work on all real-time PCR systems. Now you can easily compare performance data and get supporting documents for these kits and reagents using Bio-Rad’s new tablet and web app. Learn more and download the app here.