Rapid and accurate small sample on site testing with ultra-portable fast qPCR system from Anitoa
What are qPCR instruments?
Quantitative PCR instruments monitor the progress of PCR and the nature of the amplified product by measuring fluorescence. The range of different fluorescent labels that can be monitored, the precision with which it can be measured, and the ability to distinguish signals from different labels are relevant performance characteristics.
How PCR reactions are performed?
PCR reactions are performed by thermal cycling in the presence of specific oligonucleotides, enzymatic polymerases, free nucleic acids, and divalent salts such as MgSO4 or MgCl2. This cocktail is often referred to as the PCR master mix. Detection of PCR product amplification is performed by monitoring fluorescence amplitude during PCR. In the presence of intercalating dyes such as SYBR Green I, the fluorescence amplitude is proportional to the concentration of PCR product DNA amplicons. To verify amplification specificity, melting curve analysis (MCA) can be performed using intercalating dyes after PCR is complete. Another improvement to PCR is the addition of reverse transcriptase to the PCR mix, resulting in reverse transcription PCR (RT-PCR).
How much does a maverick series of qPCR instrument cost?
The Maverick series of qPCR instruments is based on the development and application of several exclusive Anitoa technologies that guarantee performance while reducing costs. All instruments are sold factory direct, offering attractive pricing.
We offer a wide range of instrument models and configurations depending on the customer's needs, and support flexible customization services, while the price per instrument is adjusted according to the appropriate configuration. Please let us know your application requirements, and we will provide the corresponding configuration suggestions and quotations.
Applications of small portable qPCR instruments
The mini and small qPCR instrument is suitable for applications such as point-of-care molecular diagnostic testing (POCT), food safety and environmental testing, agriculture or research labs with limited bench space.
Professional Portable qPCR System Manufacturer
Anitoa is a professional R&D and manufacturing company of molecular diagnostic qPCR instruments and reagents, with independent intellectual property rights of core chip technology, optical technology, rapid heating, microfluidic control and supporting reagents and other patented technologies, so that the instruments developed by Anitoa are characterized by quick and easy small instruments, allowing the development of expensive and complex large PCR instruments into truly portable POCT products.