An inter-platform repeatability study investigating real-time amplification of plasmid DNA

@article{Donald2005AnIR,
  title={An inter-platform repeatability study investigating real-time amplification of plasmid DNA},
  author={Carol E. Donald and Fizza Qureshi and Malcolm J Burns and M. J. Holden and Joseph R Blasic and Alison J Woolford},
  journal={BMC Biotechnology},
  year={2005},
  volume={5},
  pages={15 - 15}
}
BACKGROUND The wide variety of real-time amplification platforms currently available has determined that standardisation of DNA measurements is a fundamental aspect involved in the comparability of results. Statistical analysis of the data arising from three different real-time platforms was conducted in order to assess inter-platform repeatability. On three consecutive days two PCR reaction mixes were used on each of the three amplification platforms - the LightCycler, ABI PRISM 7700 and Rotor… CONTINUE READING
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