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PrimeTime Predesigned qPCR Assays Selection Tool

PrimeTime Pre-designed qPCR Assays Web Ordering

The IDT design engine incorporates many parameters to produce the best possible PrimeTime® Predesigned qPCR Assay. The design process uses the most current, clean, and complete target sequence information and stresses accurate Tm prediction and protection against off-target amplification.

Enhanced selection features include:

  • Group by symbol, species, or splice variant
  • Filter by species, gene symbol, or splice variant
  • Sort results by the Assays most recommended based on IDT’s scoring parameters
  • View RefSeq numbers detected for each Assay design

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Predesigned qPCR Assays

Probe-based qPCR assays for quantification of human, mouse, and rat gene expression. Order in plates or tubes.

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