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Liquid Biopsy has the potential to detect early stages of cancer in a cheap, noninvasive way. Find out about the benefits and limitations of liquid biopsy. https://www.biochain.com/general/liquid-biopsy-cancer-detection/
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Genomic DNA, or gDNA, is the chromosomal DNA that encodes the genome of the organism, which includes all the biological information that is transferred to the next generation. In order to study this, or use it in other applications, it must first be extracted from the cell. Click the following link to read more. https://www.biochain.com/general/steps-involved-genomic-dna-extraction/
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Polymerase chain reaction (PCR) is a technique that amplifies a focused segment of genomic/plasmid DNA to produce multiple copies of the segment in vitro. The DNA fragments are used for research in the field of molecular biology and other related science fields. The goal of the PCR is to create enough of the target sequence for analysis. Read more here https://www.biochain.com/general/polymerase-chain-reaction-works/
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Enzyme-linked immunosorbent assay (ELISA) can be used to detect viruses like human papillomavirus (HPV). Explore the history & uses of ELISA in relation to HPV.
https://www.biochain.com/general/detecting-viruses-elisa-hpv/
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This new blog post covers what Genomic DNA and Complementary DNA are. It explains their differences as well as some other interesting facts about cDNA. https://www.biochain.com/general/cdna-vs-genomic-dna/
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New blog post on FFPE DNA damage and extraction. https://www.biochain.com/general/ffpe-dna-damage-extraction/
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The enzyme linked immunosorbent assay (ELISA) is a highly sensitive test that detects and measures antibodies, neurobiological analytes, cytokines and phosphorylated proteins in blood which are molecules of interest in research labs.
Read more here: https://www.biochain.com/general/elisa-tool-antigenantibody-detection/
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Polymerase Chain Reaction, or PCR is a technique used to amplify DNA. It was first developed in 1983 by Kary Mullis who received the Nobel Prize in Chemistry in 1993 for his work. PCR is now a very common, cost-effective way of replicating DNA. PCR is accomplished using a DNA polymerase and two DNA primers, as well as nucleotide triphosphates and buffer solution, and is done in cycles. Find out more >> https://www.biochain.com/general/utilize-pcr-purification/
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As mitochondria are key to cellular health, it shouldn’t be surprising that an increasing number of human diseases are being traced back to these organelles. Read more on our new blog post. http://tinyurl.com/ybukcqqz
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