Quick detection and a wide range of sensitivity in infectious diseases are just some of the traits that a new Real-Time PCR System has to offer. Find out how this advancement in technology has made life easier for healthcare professionals, biologists, and diagnostic labs.
What is a PCR (Polymerase Chain Reaction)?
PCR (Polymerase Chain Reaction) is a technique that creates many copies of a specific DNA sequence in a short amount of time. PCR is also used to identify genetic mutations, to determine the presence or absence of viruses, and to identify bacteria. PCR is often used as a rapid method for detecting infectious diseases like COVID-19.
How does the new real-time PCR system work?
The new real-time PCR system revolutionizes the rapid detection of infectious diseases. The system uses a fast, sensitive, and specific probe to identify the presence of the desired DNA sequence in a sample. This technology is valuable for investigating outbreaks and tracking the progression of infections.
Advantages of a real-time PCR System
A PCR system is a powerful tool for diagnosing infectious diseases. It is a real-time system that can quickly and accurately identify the presence of a virus or other microorganism.
-PCR systems are extremely sensitive and can detect very small amounts of genetic material. This makes them ideal for detecting the presence of viruses and other microorganisms.
-PCR systems are fast and efficient, making them well suited for the diagnosis of infectious diseases.
-PCR systems are relatively affordable, making them affordable for use in clinical settings.
The new real-time PCR system from Sansure has revolutionized the rapid detection of infectious diseases. This technology allows for the detection and diagnosis of a wide range of infectious diseases, such as tuberculosis, malaria, meningitis, Zika virus as well as COVID-19. The system is simple to use and requires only a single sample for analysis; meaning that it can be used in remote areas without the need for expensive infrastructure.