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LIFE SCIENCES

Our product line Life Sciences comprises  oligonucleotides in many categories, the most commonly used products for molecular biology (such as DNA isolation kits, PCR mastermixes, reverse transcription kits etc.) including products specialized for real-time PCR (assays for reference genes, assays on demand etc.).

Our Life Sciences line comprises some services for R&D as well.

Our typical partners are end-users of the products (customers mostly in CZ and SK), business partners and distributors mostly within EU. We are looking for business partners and/or distributors worldwide who can fit the portfolio of our products, either the whole or a part of it, to their sales strategy (see here).

qPCR assays for human reference genes

qPCR assays for human reference genes qPCR assays for human reference genes

The product is a lyophilized mixture of 2 primers and a hydrolysis probe. In combination with the reaction mixture (gb Master Mix according to your own choice or another reaction mixture of the customer) it is used for qPCR. By default, it is possible to order sets for human, rat and mouse housekeeping genes.

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qPCR assays for mouse reference genes

qPCR assays for mouse reference genes qPCR assays for mouse reference genes

The product is a lyophilized mixture of 2 primers and a hydrolysis probe. In combination with the reaction mixture (gb Master Mix according to your own choice or another reaction mixture of the customer) it is used for qPCR. By default, it is possible to order sets for human, rat and mouse housekeeping genes.

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qPCR assays for rat reference genes

qPCR assays for rat reference genes qPCR assays for rat reference genes

The product is a lyophilized mixture of 2 primers and a hydrolysis probe. In combination with the reaction mixture (gb Master Mix according to your own choice or another reaction mixture of the customer) it is used for qPCR. By default, it is possible to order sets for human, rat and mouse housekeeping genes.

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qPCR standards

qPCR standards qPCR standards

Standards are an optional add-on to qPCR assays. It serves as a positive control to verify the validity of the analysis using qPCR assays. A positive result in a standard analysis means that the assay was working properly in a particular experiment. For each Assay for reference genes, the appropriate qPCR standard can be ordered.

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Kit for isolation of DNA from tissues

Kit for isolation of DNA from tissues Kit for isolation of DNA from tissues

The DNA extraction kit includes DNA purification step and enables achieving highly pure genomic DNA from various types of human or animal tissues and cultured cells, buccal swabs or paraffin-embedded tissue. Moreover, microbial, fungal or yeast DNA can be efficiently isolated as well. High DNA yields, reproducible results and fast working method are guaranteed.

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Kit for isolation of DNA from microorganisms

Kit for isolation of DNA from microorganisms Kit for isolation of DNA from microorganisms

The DNA extraction kit includes DNA purification step and enables isolation of microbial DNA from pellet of bacterial cells, yeasts and fungi. It is possible to use it for genomic DNA isolation from different types of tissues of both human and animal origin. High DNA yields, reproducible results and simple working method are guaranteed.

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Beating beads

Beating beads Beating beads

Intended for mechanical disruption of the cell walls of microorganisms when DNA extraction is performed.

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Plasmid linearization

Plasmid linearization Plasmid linearization

If the plasmid DNA is intended for use as a PCR template, it is recommended to use it as a linear DNA. A circular plasmid mostly has a supercoiled conformation, where the target sequence is less accessible for primers and for polymerase.

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Plasmid verification

Plasmid verification Plasmid verification

This service is recommended when it is necessary to verify whether a correct sequence was cloned in, whether plasmids were not misidentified (mistaken by accident), or to verify that there are no errors in the plasmid sequence.

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