November 11, 2014, 1 pm to 2 pm EST
- Find out why intelligent engineering and rapid heat transfer are the keys to success
- Learn the value of a random access instrument when running multiple diagnostics test
- Find out how a real-time PCR imaging system is critical to target fields
- Learn about selecting optimal PCR reagents for rapid PCR instrumentation
Current PCR imaging systems generally limit testing to one, slow PCR protocol at a time. Therefore, the time frame to complete independent tests requires multiple runs over several hours or even days. Today, there is great demand for the development and design of next gen. PCR-based diagnostics for the rapid analysis of patient samples and simultaneous detection of multiple diverse markers. The time-critical clinical results include HLA matching / disease testing for organ transplantation, PCR-based diagnostic tests, antibiotic resistance testing / bacterial identification, co-infections such; HIV, tuberculosis, disease and toxin testing to determine the actual cause of symptoms, and forensics identification to name a few.