Copy Number Variation Analysis Using TaqMan® Assays
TaqMan® Copy Number Assays employ TaqMan® MGB probe chemistry to evaluate the copy number of genomic DNA targets using Applied Biosystems® real-time PCR instruments and software. Together, the assays and the instrumentation can be used to obtain specific, reproducible, and easy-to-interpret copy number results. In addition, this method is fast and simple, and can be completed in hours rather than days, like traditional methods for analyzing copy number. The TaqMan® Copy Number Assay workflow can be automated so that several hundred to thousands of samples can be processed in a single day. As the simplest method available to study copy number variation, TaqMan® Copy Number Assays feature easy assay ordering and a simple workflow to enable quick results.
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Custom and Custom Plus TaqMan® Assays
Both custom assay options allow you to submit a target sequence to our TaqMan® Assay design pipeline. Generate specific, reproducible and easy-to-interpret copy number results that provide a flexible targeted approach to copy number analysis and are suited for validation studies and large sample screens.
96- or 384-Well Plates
Order your TaqMan® Copy Number Assays preplated into Fast or standard 96- or 384-well plates with the TaqMan® Custom Plating Service. Save time and reduce the resources needed for large-scale experiments.
- Specifications and documentation for TaqMan® Copy Number Variation Assays
- Copy Number Variation applications using Real-Time PCR
Brochure: TaqMan® Assays for genetic variation research
Quick Reference Card: TaqMan® Assays for genetic variation
Application Note: Design pipeline and validation of TaqMan® Copy Number Assays
Product Bulletin: TaqMan® Copy Number Assays
Product Overview: TaqMan® Copy Number Assays
Poster: Coverage of the PharmaADME Consortium core marker list by TaqMan® DME and Copy Number Assays
Identification of rare recurrent Copy Number Variants in high-risk autism families and their prevalence in a large ASD population
For Research Use Only. Not for use in diagnostic procedures.