qPCR detection kits for 2019-nCoV, genesig®

Supplier: Primerdesign
ZPATH2019NCSTDEA 586 EUR
ZPATH2019NCSTD ZPATH2019NCOV
qPCR detection kits for 2019-nCoV, genesig®
Clinical Diagnostic Systems
The genesig qPCR detection kits for 2019-nCoV allows specific early detection of the virus.

  • Rapid detection of 2019-nCoV
  • Lyophilized reagents. No cold chain shipping
  • Sensitive to <100 copies of target
  • Easy to use for all user experience levels
  • Highly specific detection profile
  • High priming efficiency
  • Broad dynamic detection range (>6 logs)
  • Accurate controls to confirm findings

Both Primerdesign 2019-nCoV genesig® kits are designed to specifically detect the SARS-CoV-2 genome. The kit includes a known copy number, Positive Control template for the in vitro quantitative analysis of extracted SARS-CoV-2 from samples.

Contents standard kit:
- 2019-nCoV specific primer/probe mix (150 reactions BROWN) FAM labelled
- 2019-nCoV positive control template (for Standard curve RED)
- RNase/DNase free water (WHITE) for resuspension of primer/probe mixes
- Template preparation buffer (YELLOW) for resuspension of internal control template, positive control template and standard curve preparation

Contents advanced kit:
- 2019-nCoV specific primer/probe mix (150 reactions BROWN) FAM labelled
- 2019-nCoV positive control template (for Standard curve RED)
- RNase/DNase free water (WHITE) for resuspension of primer/probe mixes
- Template preparation buffer (YELLOW) for resuspension of internal control template, positive control template and standard curve preparation
- Internal extraction control primer/probe mix (150 reactions BROWN) VIC labelled as standard
- Internal extraction control RNA (150 reactions BLUE)
- Endogenous control primer/probe mix (150 reactions BROWN) FAM labelled

Caution: Kits are sold for research use only and are not licensed for diagnostic procedures.
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