BodyIAmp™ Probe Isothermal Amplification Kit can detect the DNA sample at constant temperature (35 - 42°C) with great efficiency and accuracy.
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Cat. No.: BIP-24 (for 24T)
Cat. No.: BIP-96 (for 96T)
Cat. No.: BIP-960 (for 960T)
We provide robust and reliable solutions for the study of various diseases (African Swine Fever, COVID-19, etc) based on this kit, please contact us or email firstname.lastname@example.org for more details.
BodyIAmp™ Probe Isothermal Amplification Kit, with fast body temperature isothermal amplification technology, and single-molecule fluorescence detection technology, achieves amplification as well as real-time detection of the specific DNA in a single system. Compared with conventional real-time fluorescent PCR which takes about 2 hours, this kit can determine whether there is a specific DNA in a sample within 20 minutes. The detection process does not need to open the cover, which avoids the generation of aerosol, greatly improving the reliability of the results.
Rapid amplification: In most cases, trace nucleic acid samples can be amplified to detectable levels within 20 minutes.
High stability: The product is freeze-dried and can be transported at room temperature. It can be stored at -20°C for more than one year.
High sensitivity: The detection limit can reach 10-100 copies/reaction.
Easy operation: the main components of the product are prefabricated into microspheres by an advanced freeze-drying process, without the need for professional equipment and training. The whole process is easy to operate.
The product is freeze-dried and can be transported at room temperature. It can be stored at -20°C for more than one year.
The core technology of the BodyIAmp™ is its unique body temperature amplification technology, which is based on a set of combined enzyme preparations that can efficiently amplify trace nucleic acid templates.
Through enzyme engineering, the specific tool enzymes originating from bacteria, viruses, and phages are modified and mutated, and their functions are screened. Different nucleic acid amplification reaction systems are optimized and combined to obtain a core recombinant isothermal amplification system.
Using the modified recombinases combined with primers to form a protein DNA complex, the homologous sequence is found in double-stranded DNA and DNA synthesis will be initiated. The target gene on the template will be exponentially amplified. Due to the high specificity of the enzyme, the generation of mismatches is reduced, thereby reducing the probability of test errors.