We use the latest equipment and technology to perform RT-qPCR experiments with high sensitivity, specificity, and reproducibility.
Number of samples/ Number of assays
96 samples/ 96 assays
RT-qPCR is a molecular biology technique used to measure the amount of RNA molecules present in a sample. The technique involves converting RNA to complementary DNA (cDNA) using reverse transcription. Then, cDNA is amplified using PCR (polymerase chain reaction) with fluorescent probes (SYBR Green or TaqMan).
The amount of fluorescence produced is directly proportional to the amount of cDNA present in the sample, allowing for quantitative analysis of gene expression levels.
Our custom RT-qPCR services are ideal for researchers who need accurate and reliable gene expression analysis for their experiments.
Whether you are studying gene expression in cancer cells, investigating the role of specific genes in disease (genetic variations like SNPs or CNVs or miRNA profiling and disease phenotyping) or developing new molecular diagnostic assays, our service can help you achieve your research goals.
Primer design, RNA isolation, cDNA synthesis, and PCR analysis are the customized services that we have to offer.
Our service uses advanced instruments to perform real-time PCR with high sensitivity and specificity. We can analyze gene expression in a variety of samples, including cells, tissues, biofluids, and environmental samples, and we can provide you with customized data analysis and interpretation.
Our team of experts has extensive experience in RT-qPCR. We provides assistance throughout the entire process, from sample preparation to data analysis, to ensure a successful project outcome.
We offer competitive pricing for our custom RT-qPCR services.