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How Is PCR Inefficiency Costing Your Laboratory?

Download this resource to learn how you can save on hidden reagent costs for your PCR assays

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Traditional PCR workflows are costly because they require...

  • A multi-step workflow, which needs more labor and is prone to more errors
  • Purchase of several reagents
  • Discarded reagents due to contamination or not being used up by their expiry date
  • Wasted reagents because of the ratio of sample to reagent volumes required or due to the number of samples being processed at a time

Download this app note to learn about how you can run your PCR this way, thus streamlining assay setup and reducing reagent consumption.

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