Respiratory Virus Detection Kit Detects 12 kinds of respiratory virus at once, with precision Seegene Co., Ltd., announces detection kit for detecting 11 kinds of RNA viruses and a single type of DNA virus that cause disease to human respiratory organs, using the multiplex PCR method, taking advantage of unique DSO™ technology. Newly developed kit to detect 12 kinds of respiratory viruses: 1. It can detect 12 kinds of viruses, including the Adenovirus, Metapneumovirus, Coronavirus, Rhinovirus, etc., that cannot be confirmed through existing respiratory virus detection methods. The performance of this kit surpasses in sensitivity and accuracy of drawing other existing diagnosis detection kits. 2.In the case of using a respiratory organ sample from a patient, the probability of detecting a virus is more than 90%, superior to existing methods. (Virus detection probability of existing methods: Average 75% - (PNAS Vol. 102,12891 September 6, 2005). 3. Can analyze viruses in very small amounts, using the PCR method -- > It’s possible to accurately detect such viruses with a minimum amount: The PCR method can analyze minimal amounts of virus because the susceptibility is higher than in the existing virus method of cultivation or immunityfluorescence assay(IFA). 4. Can detect 12 kind of viruses at the same time with the Multiplex PCR method -- > multiple detection possible in viruses of 12 kinds (11 RNA viruses+1 DNA virus) with multiplex PCR that can analyze and at the same time provide multiplex diagnosis 5.Uses DSO™ technology, Seegene's unique new technology ? Respiratory Virus Detection Kit guide (pdf) (531KB) Accurate result offer: Our product applies DSO™ primer technology and provides a correct result without the mistakes or false positive problems of the existing PCR method.
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DNA Walking Service Launched DNA Walking Service A kit to identify unknown sequences adjacent to upstream or downstream known sequencesDNA Walking SpeedUpTM kit provides information about unknown sequences adjacent to upstream or downstream known sequences. Previous methods commonly used for this purpose include inverse PCR (IPCR), ligation-mediated PCR (LM-PCR) and randomly primed PCR (RP-PCR). Although these methods have been used efficiently and have proven to be effective, they are still hampered by laborious steps such as restriction enzyme digestion, adaptor ligation, and purification procedures. Moreover, arbitrary pimers in RP-PCR often result in non-specific products due to non-specific annealing. These drawbacks of existing genomic walking methods can be overcome by employing Seegene's proprietary ACPTM (Annealing Control Primer) Seegene developed DNA walking technology by incorporating ACPTM (Annealing Control Primer) and DPOTM (Dual Priming Oligonucleotide) technologies, which maximize the specificities of short primers and target specific primers, respectively, and furnishes optimized data about unknown sequences. Note! DNA WalkingTM kit II, which provides widen application and higher success ratio than DNA WalkingTM kit I, has been recently released.
GeneFishing™ Kit LaunchA kit to discover differentially expressed genes in two or more samples. * Introduction DEG stands for Differentially Expressed Gene and refers to all genes that are expressed differentially at the mRNA level in two or more samples. GeneFishingTM Technology is a new and unique approach that is capable of identifying only authentic Differentially Expressed Genes (DEGs) in two or more nucleic acid samples. This technology dramatically improves the specificity of PCR amplification, enabling researchers to find authentic PCR products. GeneFishingTM is the first application of Seegene's proprietary technology which is based on innovative primer design (Annealing Control Primer, ACPTM, patent pending). * Advantages & Features 1. Maximum specificity - No false positives!! 2. Guaranteed reproducibility 3. Simplicity - No specific skills required 4. Extensive range of PCR products 5. A fast and economical method 6. No PAGE & radioactivity/fluorescent tags (agarose detection)