Browse Market Research Report on Polymerase Chain Reaction
JRC is launching this open call for the supply and maintenance of real-time polymerase chain reaction
The polymerase chain reaction
, or PCR, found its way into many areas in biology very soon after its invention by the American Kary Mullis in 1983, who received a Nobel Prize for his discoveries in 1993.
Nested polymerase chain reaction
(PCR) VZV DNA results were negative both in the personal air samples and in saliva.
Vandalia Research is the first company to successfully scale-up the polymerase chain reaction
(PCR) from an analytical tool to a viable large-scale manufacturing process, enabling DNA sequences to be made more efficiently and cost-effectively.
Key Topics Covered: Chapter 1 Preface Chapter 2 Executive Summary Chapter 3 Global PCR, Market Overview Chapter 4 Global Polymerase Chain Reaction
Market Revenue, by Products, 2012 - 2020 (USD Million) Chapter 5 Global Polymerase Chain Reaction
Market Revenue, by End-user, 2012 - 2020 (USD Million) Chapter 6 Global PCR Market Revenue, by Applications, 2012 - 2020 (USD Million) Chapter 7 Global PCR Market Revenue, by Geography, 2012-2020 (USD Million) Chapter 8 Recommendations Chapter 9 Company Profiles
Tokyo, Japan, Mar 27, 2006 - (JCN) - Takara Bio will launch the Thermal Cycler Dice Real Time System, a real-time polymerase chain reaction
(PCR) system, on April 3.
The more recently developed polymerase chain reaction
(PCR) assay holds great promise as a diagnostic tool; as few as five organisms are all that is needed to allow for identification of DNA, even in a preserved specimen.
The chemicals amplify the minuscule amount of DNA to a measurable quantity via a process called the polymerase chain reaction
, or PCR (SN: 10/23/93, p.
2015 forecast for polymerase chain reaction
technologies: $8 billion
5, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- About Polymerase Chain Reaction Polymerase Chain Reaction
(PCR) is a technique of molecular genetics, which allows amplification and analysis of nucleic acid.
Polymerase chain reaction
with specific primers resulted in the identification of astrovirus, rotavirus, sapovirus, adenovirus, and NoV genogroup I (GI) and GII (3).