Polymerase Chain Reaction (pcr) patents
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|Analysis analyzing a nucleic acid amplification reaction|
An analysis method is provided aimed at improving the linearity (precision and/or accuracy) of a quantification by a real-time nucleic acid amplification reaction rnr such as a polymerase chain reaction (pcr) over a wide range of analyte concentrations and/or limiting the effects of the presence of interfering substances by way of determining a quantification cycle number (cq) of the rnr as the cycle number corresponding to an intersection of the growth curve with a combined threshold function (ctf) over the rnr cycle range comprising at least two different threshold levels, the quantification cycle number (cq) being indicative of a quantitative and/or qualitative analysis result of a growth curve, the growth curve being indicative of the intensity of the fluorescence emission of an analyte for each amplification reaction cycle of the rnr over a rnr cycle range.. .
Roche Molecular Systems, Inc.
|Method of preparing magnetic bead type nasopharyngeal enzyme immunoassay reagents by polymerase chain reaction|
A method of preparing magnetic bead type nasopharyngeal enzyme immunoassay reagents by polymerase chain reaction according to this invention offers in-vitro diagnostic reagents by means of utilizing nanotechnology. This method uses magnetic beads to coat ebv nuclear antigen (epstein-barr virus nuclear antigen, ebna1) or early antigen (early antigen, ea).
Polymerase Chain Reaction (pcr) topics: Polymerase Chain Reaction, Polymerase, Nucleic Acid, Amplification, Nucleic Acids, Nucleotide, Chlamydia Trachomatis, Oligonucleotide, Sequencing, Rectal Carcinoma, Ring Sequence, Gastrointestinal Cancer, Colorectal Carcinoma, Aerobic Bacteria, Anaerobic Bacteria
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