Posts Tagged: real-time PCR

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In-process controls take your qPCR results to a higher level

But how? “I have used different internal controls in my qPCR experiments, such as GAPDH, beta-2 microglobulin, beta actin, R18S … but which one should I use now in my experiment?” “How can I compare levels of gene expression?” “Are RNA internal controls supplied by QIAGEN? Are they specially dedicated to specific genes or are… Read article →


Q-Rex

Introducing Q-Rex – the king of convenience

New customizable plug-and-play software for the Rotor-Gene Q simplifies workflow and analysis Q-Rex consists of a core software that drives the RGQ hardware. It enables experiment setup, data acquisition and performs basic analyses, plus a suite of plug-ins that expand the capacity of Q-Rex with specific analytical capabilities. It allows you to easily create the… Read article →


HeartSunset

Circadian rhythm research – “Lighting” the way to myocardial infarction treatment!

This year’s Nobel Prize for Physiology or Medicine was awarded for work elucidating circadian rhythm molecular pathways. Greater understanding of circadian rhythm and its implications bring with it exciting discoveries. A role for circadian rhythm in ischemic cardiac protection has been identified in several studies – the incidence of myocardial infarction (MI) is known to… Read article →



Road to the cure

Road to the cure – from stem cells to new muscle

What’s the best way to describe a researcher’s path in life science? “Road to the Cure” fits almost perfectly. Nearly every research topic in life science is connected to a disease, so whether you are working, for example, in cancer, neurodegenerative diseases or muscular dystrophy research, all that matters is that you are on the… Read article →