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High resolution Melt analysis COMPAS-PCR

High resolution Melt anal...

High resolution Melt analysis of two three-primer duplex COMPAS-PCR for the differentiation of S. salar, S. trutta and hybrids.

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Fotograf/kilde Marc Anglès d'Auriac (2016): “COMplementary Primer ASymmetric PCR (COMPAS-PCR) Applied to the Identification of Salmo salar, Salmo trutta and Their Hybrids” PLoS ONE 11(10): e0165468. doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0165468. In PLoS ONE journal, October 2016.
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PCR amplicon

PCR amplicon

COMPAS-PCR using highly complementary primers applied to 5S ribosomal DNA direct repeat genes.

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Fotograf/kilde Marc Anglès d'Auriac (2016): “COMplementary Primer ASymmetric PCR (COMPAS-PCR) Applied to the Identification of Salmo salar, Salmo trutta and Their Hybrids” PLoS ONE 11(10): e0165468. doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0165468. In PLoS ONE journal, October 2016.
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Mikroplast

Mikroplast

Mikroplast er små plastpartikler (1ɥm – 1 mm) som stammer blant annet fra bildekkslitasje, husholdningsartikler, industrielle prosesser o...

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microTyre

microTyre

The Norwegian Institute for Water Research has initiated a project to look for microplastics from car tyres in the environment.

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COMplementary Primer ASymmetric PCR (COMPAS-PCR) Applied to the Identification of Salmo salar, Salmo trutta and Their Hybrids

We show that 5’-complementarity between primers may be exploited in a new PCR method called COMplementary-Primer-Asymmetric (COMPAS)-PCR, using asymmetric primer concentrations to achieve target PCR amplification. This small paradigm shift, using highly complementary primers for PCR, should help develop robust assays that previously would not be considered.

Invitation

Invitation

Dokumenter   •   19-04-2016 15:12 CEST

The NETS is an interdisciplinary symposium with focus on research-based solutions to solve challenges related to protection of the environment, and in particular increasing knowledge on how anthropogenic stressors affect the ecosystem alone and in combination with other stressors. NETS2016 is hosted by the Norwegian Institute for Water Research (NIVA).