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Polymerase chain reaction: the past, present and future

Oct 31, 2017

PCR is a widely used technology, resulting in many different approaches. As PCR technologies have evolved, so have their speed and thermal accuracy. BJS Biotechnologies rather than a peltier block and plastic sample tubes, it uses resistive heating technology in the sample plate itself –xxpress’flat-bottomed sample wells are lined with just 10 microns of polypropylene and mounted onto a highly conductive thin metal plate with a very low thermal mass. Its innovative heating and cooling techniques also make it is the most thermally accurate technology as well. This opens the possibility of PCR as a ‘while you wait’ test, allowing clinicians to perform diagnostic tests and prescribe the most appropriate medication all in one visit, particularly important in remote areas. 

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