Modification Highlight: Super G® (8-aza-7-deazaguanosine) bases

Super G bases are analogs of guanine that eliminate naturally occurring, non-Watson-and-Crick secondary structures associated with guanine-rich sequences. Substitution of a single guanine in a run of G residues with a Super G modified base can increase oligo yield and purity, eliminate secondary structure, improve probe-based qPCR signal, and increase duplex stability and mismatch discrimination.

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Increase sensitivity and precision in your qPCR experiments

Learn how you can use double-quenched probes to decrease background, and increase sensitivity and precision in your qPCR experiments.

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gBlocks® Gene Fragments in Plates

Obtain gBlocks Gene Fragments in 96-well plates to facilitate large orders and high throughput use.

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Get the most out of your NGS samples

Expandable NGS target capture panels that enrich for mutated genes implicated in tumors and genes associated with inherited diseases. Both panels return consistent results with high reproducibility and deep uniform coverage.

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Generate consistent, reliable exome sequencing results

Spanning 39 Mb of the human genome, the xGen® Exome Research Panel was designed to provide uniform and specific coverage of the coding regions for 19,396 genes. Easily and cost-effectively expand this panel to include specific non-coding target regions through addition of xGen® Lockdown® Probes.

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