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Real-time PCR detection of S. aureus in pharmaceutical products

21 December 2018 | By , , , ,

The contamination of pharmaceuticals by microorganisms represents a major threat to public health, not just in the USA and Europe, but all around the world. Pathogenic microorganisms cause morbidity and in some cases mortality when present in products.1,2 Spoilage due to microbial breakdown of formulations can affect potency and shelf…

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MIQE compliance in expression profiling and clinical biomarker discovery

6 January 2016 | By Irmgard Riedmaier, Melanie Spornraft, Benedikt Kirchner and Michael W. Pfaffl, Technical University of Munich

Molecular diagnostics and biomarker discovery are gaining increasing attraction in clinical research. This includes all fields of diagnostics, such as risk assessment, disease prognosis, treatment prediction and drug application success control. The detection of molecular clinical biomarkers is very widespread and can be developed on various molecular levels, like the…

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PCR In-Depth Focus 2015

3 July 2015 | By

In this PCR in-depth focus: Mikael Kubista from TATAA Biocenter addresses biological heterogeneity with single cell profiling, a look at quantitative PCR in the assessment of novel hepatic cell models, plus Q&A with Bio-Rad’s Javier Alba...

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The evolving field of PCR: which method will you choose?

23 December 2014 | By Natalia Meani and Manuela Vecchi

Recognised as one of the major scientific breakthroughs of the 20th century, polymerase chain reaction (PCR) is a quick and simple method to create, in a test tube, millions of copies of a given DNA segment from a complex mixture of genetic material. This method has greatly stimulated biochemical, molecular…