A Direct Route to Results: Simplifying Nucleic Acid Workflows with Direct Amplification
LIVE - Direct NA amplification from a sample simplifies workflow and speed up time to results. New methods and reagents to remove time-consuming nucleic acid extraction steps to prepare your sample for PCR or qPCR amplification and analysis.
Wednesday, June 9, 2021
3:30pm Copenhagen, Oslo, Stockholm (15:30 CEST)
The COVID-19 pandemic highlighted a need for faster sample preparation methods that did not rely on nucleic acid purification from the sample prior to amplification and analysis by RT-qPCR to detect nucleic acid targets. In response, a new sample preparation method was quickly developed to prepare nasopharyngeal swabs for viral detection by RT-qPCR: direct amplification.
This simple, fast sample preparation method is cost-effective and can be applied across a variety of sample types such as viruses, FFPE, saliva, blood and plants. Tips and tricks to get the most out of direct amplification approaches will also be discussed.
In this webinar, you will learn about:
- How a direct amplification sample preparation approach can be applied to reduce time and consumables required
- What to expect in your results for direct amplification sample preparation compared to traditional extraction methods
- How to approach various challenging sample types
Our panel of experts will answer your questions in a live chat after the presentation
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