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Applied Biosystems™ TaqMan™ Array Human FAS Signaling

Brand:  Applied Biosystems™ 4414135

Additional Details : Weight : 0.00450kg

Product Code. 10016094

  • 1960.00 NOK / 1 set
Estimated Shipment: 12-08-2024
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Description

Description

Manual transfer of reagents into plates during routine experimental setups can be time-consuming and tedious. Daily preparation of such plates can negatively impact overall productivity. To ease the stress and minimize the error rate, TaqMan™ Array Plates are designed to reduce redundant pipetting steps and minimize loading errors, making them an ideal solution for fast and easy experimental setup. TaqMan™ Array Plates contain high-quality TaqMan™ Gene Expression Assays (TaqMan™ probe and PCR primer sets) in a convenient, dried-down, 96- or 384-well plate format. Extensive tests have found no difference in performance between TaqMan™ Assays supplied in solution in single tubes and assays supplied dried in a TaqMan™ Array Plate
  • Extensive collections - choose from over 130 predesigned TaqMan™ Gene Signature Arrays and Plates, or customize your own plate, selecting from any of our 1.3 million inventoried assays across 24 species
  • Affordable - minimum order of only one gene signature plate or six custom plates
  • Convenient - dried TaqMan probe and primer sets supplied in 96-well plates; just add master mix and sample, and then run
  • Quick results - Fast format typically provides results in under an hour
Specifications

Specifications

Each TaqMan™ Array Plate well contains a single TaqMan™ Assay for one 20 μL reaction. The plates can be stored at room temperature or at 4°C.
96-well plate
MGB (Minor Groove Binder) (3'), Non-Fluorescent Quencher (3'), FAM (5')
TaqMan™
Human
Dried Down
Standard
FAM
Cell Cycle & Proliferation, Apoptosis
1 x 20 μL Reactions
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For Research Use Only. Not for use in diagnostic procedures.