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Single-cell RT-PCR Analysis of Paramecium Primaurelia with the Eppendorf cMaster RTplusPCR System

Martin Simon, Petra Albrecht, Helmut J. Schmidt, and Andrs Jarrin Martin Simon, Petra Albrecht, and Helmut J. Schmidt, University of Kaiserslautern, Germany, Department of Ecology Andrs Jarrin, Eppendorf AG ...

cMaster RTplusPCR System for increased sensitivity and product length in RT-PCR

Abstract RT-PCR has become an essential method that allows researchers to determine the presence, structure and level of expression of an mRNA transcript in the organism, tissue or cell of interest. The basic protoc...
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Table 1

Table 1. Primer sets for RT PCR. Target. Primer Sets ... 1) Eppendorf cMaster RTplusPCR system (Eppendorf Inc. Westbury, NY) 2) Funaki et al. 2003 [54] ...
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