PCR-96G is currently one of the best
cost-effective thermal cyclers on the market. With the latest semiconductor
temperature control modules, it can ensure you the correct and accurate
temperature by great block uniformity and a remarkable fast temperature
PCR-96G provides you a 96-position sample
block with 0.2ml sample tubes. It has cylindered set design to effectively
increase the speed of temperature adjustment.
The heated lid has a flush fitting
enclosure to ensure a complete seal, eliminating airflow across the surface of
the sample block. This means that the temperature control is maintained
regardless of environmental conditions. The in-lid surface is spring-mounted to
ensure even contact and pressure on all lids regardless of the tube height,
ensuring no condensation of water vapor on the tube lids. A specially designed,
microprocessor controlled heating element, compensates the temperature
fluctuations of the lid.
Double temperature control
* Sample block temperature control
Temperature control module can monitor the
real-time temperature of the sample block and display the result on the screen.
This mode applies to maintain a longer time PCR reaction to every step.
Introduction and Application
Polymerase chain reaction (PCR) is a
technique widely used in Molecular biology. As PCR progresses, the DNA thus
generated itself used as a template for replication. With PCR it is possible to
amplify a single or few copies of a specific DNA fragment across several orders
of magnitude, generating millions or more copies of the DNA fragments. PCR is
now a common and often-indispensable technique used in medical and biological
research for a variety of applications.
Gel electrophoresis has been widely used to
do the separation for the PCR products. Electrophoresis refers to the
Electromotive force (EMF) that is used to move the molecules through the gel
matrix. By placing the molecules in wells in the gel and applying an electric
current, the molecules will move through the matrix at different rates, usually
determined by mass, toward the positive Anode if negatively charged or toward
the negative Cathode if positively charged.
Gel Documentation System can analyze and
preserve the result of gel electrophoresis. It can be used to determine whether
a PCR experiment is succeed or not by observing the gel imaging which has been
excited by the UV lamp in a Gel Documentation System. According to the image we
can carry out the progress of the DNA analysis and research. A visible and
clear band means a specific DNA fragment that has been amplified specifically