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Factor XII PCR Kit

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Embracing the Next Generation with Factor XII (IMG-215)

In the rapidly advancing world of laboratory science, it’s imperative for professionals to harness the power of innovative technologies. The ability to generate accurate results quickly, reliably, and efficiently sets the benchmark for modern labs.

Enter the Factor XII (IMG-215) assay, a paradigm-shifting tool that’s set to redefine genetic analysis standards.

Product highlights

  • Single PCR Reaction Efficiency
  • Inclusive Positive Control
  • ISO Standard Compliance
  • Unified Analysis Approach


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Factor XII PCR Kit



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Specifications of the Factor XII PCR Kit

A Closer Look at the Factor XII (IMG-215) Assay

The Factor XII (IMG-215) assay emerges as a comprehensive solution for detecting the genetic variants of the F12 gene. Its uniqueness lies in its capability to identify the presence of both the pathogenic allele c.46C>T (NM_000505.3: c.-4T>C) and the regular allele of the F12 gene in just one polymerase chain reaction (PCR). The significance? This paves the way for a more streamlined laboratory workflow, allowing scientists to derive conclusive results faster than before.

What further strengthens the assay’s position in a lab setting is its built-in positive control. This control imitates a heterozygous genotype, serving a dual purpose: guaranteeing the seamless functionality of the PCR system and facilitating the interpretation process in qualitative analysis.

In an era where compliance and standards are at the forefront of scientific endeavors, the Factor XII (IMG-215) doesn’t fall short. The assay champions quality, ensuring every component aligns with the stringent requirements of ISO 13485 and ISO 14001. This adherence speaks volumes about its manufacturing precision, guaranteeing the quality of materials and processes involved.

Advantages of the Factor XII (IMG-215) Assay

Seamless Integration and Efficiency
Single PCR Reaction Efficiency: By detecting both alleles of the F12 gene in a solitary PCR reaction, the assay dramatically streamlines the laboratory process.
Cohesive Analysis Capability: Its compatibility with other coagulation-related products ensures a unified, holistic analysis.

Commitment to Quality
ISO Standard Compliance: Abiding by ISO 13485 and ISO 14001, the assay promises unparalleled quality assurance.
Positive Control Inclusion: A simulated heterozygous genotype ensures the PCR system’s functionality and refines qualitative analysis interpretation.

Precision and Application
Tailored Design: Explicitly crafted for in vitro diagnostic purposes, enhancing its application specificity and accuracy.

Wrapping Up: Factor XII (IMG-215) in the Modern Lab

In conclusion, as the domain of genetic analysis continues its relentless evolution, it’s tools like the Factor XII (IMG-215) assay that will guide the way. This groundbreaking product represents more than just technological advancement; it embodies the future of streamlined, precise, and efficient lab operations.

For lab scientists who are at the crossroads of choosing the right tools for their genetic investigations, understanding the merits of this assay is crucial. It offers a blend of efficiency, compliance, precision, and practicality – attributes that modern labs deeply cherish.

In the grand tapestry of scientific tools and equipment, Factor XII (IMG-215) stands out, not just as a product but as a testament to how far laboratory science has come and the exciting directions it’s headed.

Components of the Factor XII PCR Kit

The kit contents the necessary reagents to perform 48 reactions. The reagents included in the kit are the following:

  • Factor XII Master Mix: contains oligonucleotides, fluorescent hydrolysis probes (FAM and VIC) and water for the amplification and detection of the normal and/or mutant alleles under analysis.
  • General Master Mix: PCR Master Mix with nucleotides, MgCl2, enzyme and buffer to carry out real-time PCR.
  • Positive Control: positive control for the simultaneous amplification of the normal allele and the mutant allele under analysis (simulating a heterozygous sample).

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