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Applied Biosystems™ TaqMan™ Copy Number Reference Assay, human, TERT

TaqMan™ Copy Number Reference Assay, human, TERT

Brand:  Applied Biosystems™ 4403316

Code : 50

Additional Details : Weight : 0.00910kg

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Product Code. 10035074

  • £91.25 / Each

Estimated Shipment date
from Supplier 19-11-2019

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For Research Use Only. All usage must comply with product instructions.
 

Description

Description

Human TaqMan™ Copy Number Reference Assays are run with human TaqMan™ Copy Number Assays in a duplex real-time PCR reaction to detect and measure copy number variations (CNVs) and smaller regions in the human genome. Two options for genes that can be used as endogenous reference genes in humans are offered: RNase P and TERT. TaqMan™ Copy Number Reference Assays are designed to unique genomic sequences in the reference genome assembly (Build 37/hg19) and are required for relative quantitation of copy number targets.

TaqMan™ Copy Number Assays quantitate the gene of interest and normalize to an endogenous reference gene known to be present in two copies in a diploid genome. Please note that TaqMan™ Copy Number Reference Assays are species specific.

TERT: The Alternative Reference Gene Option
TaqMan™ Copy Number Reference Assays have a VIC™ dye–labeled TAMRA™ probe and reference sequence–specific forward and reverse primers. The assays are not primer-limited.

TaqMan™ Copy Number Reference Assay RNase P is recommended as the standard reference assay for copy number analysis. This assay detects the Ribonuclease P RNA component H1 (H1RNA) gene (RPPH1) on chromosome 14, cytoband 14q11.2. The assay location is chr.14:20811565 on NCBI build 37. It has an 87 bp amplicon that maps within the single exon RPPH1 gene.

TaqMan™ Copy Number Reference Assay TERT is an alternative reference assay; it is recommended in the event that the RNase P assay functions poorly with a sample because of chromosomal aberrations or other issues. This assay targets the telomerase reverse transcriptase (TERT) gene located on chromosome 5, cytoband 5p15.33. The assay location is chr.5:1253373 on NCBI build 37. It has an 88 bp amplicon that maps within exon 16 of the TERT gene.

Simplest Copy Number Analysis Workflow
TaqMan™ Copy Number Assays have the simplest workflow of all currently available copy number analysis methods. The test assay (FAM™ dye–labeled), the reference assay (VIC™ dye–labeled), your sample DNA, and TaqMan™ Master Mix are combined and then run on an Applied Biosystems™ real-time PCR system using the standard TaqMan™ Copy Number Assay protocol. On average, setup to primary analysis takes only 3–4 hr (including an approximately 2 hour PCR run).

Powerful Data analysis Software
CopyCaller™ Software was developed specifically for TaqMan™ Copy Number Assay data analysis. This free, easy-to-use software utilizes a graphical interface that quickly calculates the possible copy numbers for a set of samples in a run. It also gives a confidence value for each copy number call, and has outlier functionality.

For Research Use Only. Not for human or animal therapeutic or diagnostic use.
Specifications

Specifications

TaqMan™ Copy Number Reference Assay, 750 rxns, 20X Concentration, TERT Gene, Frozen Form, Tube Format, VIC™ Dye, DNase-Free, RNase-Free Purity, Designed to Unique Genomic Sequences in the Reference Genome Assembly (Build 37/hg19)
PCR and Real-Time™ PCR, Real-Time™ PCR (qPCR), gene expression analysis and genotyping, genotyping and genomic profiling, copy number variation
Control primer-probe set, one tube (750μL) of 20X pre-formulated assay with reference sequence-specific forward and reverse primers and 1 VIC™ dye-Labeled TAMRA™ probe
750 rxn(s)
DNase-free, RNase-free
750 rxn(s)
–15 to –25°C
Tert (Telomerase Reverse Transcriptase)
20 x
VIC™
Tube
750 rxn(s)
TaqMan™ Copy Number Reference Assay
750 rxn(s)
750 rxn(s)
750 rxn(s)
750 rxn(s)
Videos
Documents

For Research Use Only. Not for use in diagnostic procedures.