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Effects of metal on the biochemical properties of Helicobacter pylori HypB, a maturation factor of [NiFe]-hydrogenase and urease. Citations & References

  • Authors: Sydor AM, Liu J, Zamble DB,
  • Journal: J Bacteriol
  • PubMed ID: 21239585

Real-time fluorescence polarization measurements: interaction of phospholipase A2 with a fluorescent lecithin derivative. Citations & References

  • Authors: Monti JA, McBride MR, Barker SA, Linton JL, Christian ST
  • Journal: J Biochem Biophys Methods
  • PubMed ID: 3924989
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  • N3787(Discontinued)
  • B3782(Discontinued)

Estimation of single-nucleotide polymorphism allele frequency by alternately binding probe competitive polymerase chain reaction Citations & References

  • Authors: Noda, N; Tani, H; Morita, N; Kurata, S; Nakamura, K; Kanagawa, T; Tsuneda, S; Sekiguchi, Y
  • Journal: ANALYTICA CHIMICA ACTA
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Can I import a standard curve for my real-time PCR data into the Design & Analysis Software (v2.x)? Product FAQ

Answer

It is possible to import a standard curve into the Design & Analysis Software (v2.x) if you are analyzing results from one of the following Applied Biosystems real-time PCR instruments:
• 7900HT Fast Real-Time PCR System
• 7500/7500 Fast Real-Time PCR System
• StepOne/StepOne Plus Real-Time PCR System
• ViiA 7 Real Time PCR System
• QuantStudio 1 Real-Time PCR System
• QuantStudio 3 & 5 Real-Time PCR System
• QuantStudio 6 & 7 Flex Real-Time PCR System
• QuantStudio 6 & 7 Pro Real-Time PCR Systems
• QuantStudio 12K Flex Real-Time PCR system

Follow the instructions below to import a standard curve for analysis in the Design & Analysis Software (v2.x):
1. Open the data file in the Design & Analysis Software (v2.x).
2. Click on Actions.
3. Click on "Standard Curve Analysis Setting".
4. Select "External Standard Curves" and click on "Import".
5. Browse to the proper .csv file and click "Open".
6. Click "Apply".

Answer Id:: E20269

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Nucleic Acid Stains—Section 8.1 Molecular Probes Handbook

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