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Real-Time PCR Core Facility

Why use the Real-Time PCR Core Facility?

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  • In order to better serve our clients, we discuss their project needs, and how we can best assist them.
  • We provide professional services from designing and ordering primers and probes to data analysis. We have designed and/or ordered more than one thousand assays according to our clients’ needs.
  • We have many ways to save PIs’ funds:
    1. we provide the best quality and prompt service at the lowest price, and now it’s even lower;
    2. we negotiate with the vendors to get the best prices for reagents, primers and probe sets as well as RT kits which greatly benefit our clients;
    3. we help clients to best fit each plate with their samples, reducing waste;
    4. our real time PCR probe-primer assay(s) transfer plan is a way to use stored assays that were created for another PI. The permission of the original PI will be obtained before the use of the assay is allowed.
  • Our procedure is simple for clients to follow.
  • We are flexible by providing any real time PCR related services, such as running plates and providing Ct values for those who have the ability to do real time PCR; but don’t have the instrument.
  • We guarantee that our clients get responses and results promptly.
  • Written material and method upon request.

By letting our experts do your real time PCR you will save money on instruments, maintenance, reagents, and most importantly time and labor.

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