A thermal cycler (100) is provided.
The thermal cycler (100) comprises a tray assembly (110) The tray assembly (110) comprises a main body (120) made of a first material having a first thermal conductivity.
Provided is a low heat capacity composite for a thermal cycler.
The thermal cycler (100) further includes a thermal cover (130) sized and positioned to at least partially cover the plurality of vessels.
A predetermined proteinase is used in the thermal cycler 12 at least in the extraction stage.
A thermalcycler for processing a sample holder includes a first thermalcycler body with a first face and a second thermalcycler body with a second face.
A method of applying a temporary seal to a reaction vessel for use in a water-based thermal cycler is provided.
In a preferred embodiment, the gradient block (2, 17, 18, 19) is integrated into a thermal cycler used for nucleic acid amplification reactions.
The droplets are passed in a continuous flow of immiscible carrier fluid through a channel that passes through a thermal cycler, whereby the target is amplified.
The thermal cycler (100) further includes a sample block (132) including one or more depressions configured to receive a plurality of vessels containing one or more nucleotide samples.
This invention concerns a fluorometer preferably combined with a thermal cycler useful in biochemical protocols such as polymerase chain reaction (PCR) and DNA melting curve analysis.
Also disclosed are a bladder thermal cycler, a temperature-control bladder assembly and methods for producing a thermal cycle in a reaction chamber.
In one embodiment, the apparatus includes a support structure attachable to the thermal cycler and a detection module movably mountable on the support structure.
A fluorescence detection apparatus includes a support structure attachable to the thermal cycler and a detection module movably mountable on the support structure.