Principles and Technical Aspects of PCR Amplification
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Principles and Technical Aspects of PCR Amplification

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ISBN-13:
9781402062414
Einband:
Ebook
Seiten:
330
Autor:
Alex van Belkum
eBook Typ:
PDF
eBook Format:
EPUB
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1 - PDF Watermark
Sprache:
Englisch
Beschreibung:
"Kary Mullis was awarded a Nobel Prize for inventing the PCR technique more than a decade ago in 1993. Since its "discovery", multiple adaptations and variations of the standard PCR technique have been described. This publication aims to provide the reader with a guide to the standard PCR technique and its many available variants, with particular emphasis being placed on the role of these PCR techniques in the clinical diagnostic laboratory (the central theme of this book)."
Chapter 1. The Polymerase Chain Reaction



Chapter 2. A Brief Comparison Between In Vivo DNA Replication And In Vitro PCR Amplification



Chapter 3. The PCR In Practice



Chapter 4. The Different Types And Varieties Of Nucleic Acid Target Molecules



Chapter 5: PCR Primers



Chapter 6. Deoxynucleotide Triphosphates And Buffer Components



Chapter 7. Taq And Other Thermostable DNA Polymerases



Chapter 8. Important Considerations For Typical, Quantitative And Real-Time PCR Protocols



Chapter 9. Analysis Of PCR Amplification Products.



Chapter 10. Ensuring PCR Quality - Laboratory Organisation, Pcr Optimisation And Controls.



Chapter 11. Ensuring PCR Quality-Quality Criteria And Quality Assurance.



Chapter 12. Variants And Adaptations Of The Standard Pcr Protocol



Chapter 13. In Situ PCR Amplification (Isa) - Major Considerations, Sample Processing And Applications
Kary Mullis was awarded a Nobel Prize for inventing the PCR technique more than a decade ago in 1993. Since its "discovery", multiple adaptations and variations of the standard PCR technique have been described. This publication aims to provide the reader with a guide to the standard PCR technique and its many available variants, with particular emphasis being placed on the role of these PCR techniques in the clinical diagnostic laboratory (the central theme of this book).