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Nucleic Acid Purification — Big breakthroughs have a beginning
Whether you're doing translational research, lab developed testing, or in vitro diagnostics, you'll need the flexibility and options for a wide variety of downstream applications. With Roche automated and manual nucleic acid purification solutions, you'll start with confidence.Start Here
Real-time PCR — precise, consistent results
Benefit from Roche's experience in real-time PCR and achieve precise, consistent results with a full range of instruments, reagents, assays, and disposables to fit any laboratory throughput or budget.
Reverse Transcription — consistently high yields
Roche offers a comprehensive selection of reverse transcription products to help you choose the correct enzyme and reaction setup for reverse transcription and cDNA synthesis.
Benefit from our comprehensive portfolio of gene expression technologies, from nucleic acid purification to real-time PCR. Make your research decisions and laboratory processes easier, faster, and more productive.
Get easy access to comprehensive and accurate genotyping information. The LightCycler® Systems support genotyping (SNP analysis) based on both melting curve analysis and endpoint analysis.
Confirm the presence of a specific target, with high specificity qualitative detection using products from the Roche workflow. Using qPCR for this type of genetic analysis, obtain a “yes/no” answer to the question of whether or not a gene is present in a sample.Learn More
Confirm protein expression in tissue with well-characterized monoclonal antibodies from Spring Bioscience. Recombinant antibody development technology with a focus on IHC provides you with a broad menu of highly specific and sensitive SP clones for your cancer research.Learn More
Nucleic acid isolation for next-gen sequencing
What are the critical factors involved in the extraction of highly pure RNA or DNA from your experimental samples for NGS library preparation?
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