Technical Support FAQ
Technical Support FAQ
Do you have any references explaining mutation detection technology? Do you have any references that cite the DGene or the DCode instruments?
|References explaining and validating mutation detection technology:|
|1) Ravnik-Glavac, Metka, et al, "Sensitivity of Single-Strand Conformation Polymorphism (SSCP) and Heteroduplex Method for Mutation Detection in the Cystic Fibrosis Gene," Hum. Mol. Genetics 3: 801-807 (1994).|
|2) Hayashi, Kenshi, "PCR-SSCP: A Simple and Sensitive Method for Detection of Mutations in the Genomic DNA," PCR Methods and Applications 1: 34-38 (1991).|
|3) Yoshino, Kenji, et al, "Temperature Sweep Gel Electrophoresis: A Simple Method to Detect Point Mutations," Nucleic Acids Res 19: 3153 (1991)|
|4) Orita, Masato, et al, "Detection of Polymorphisms of Human DNA by Gel Electrophoresis as Single-Strand Conformation Polymorphisms (SSCP), Proc. Natl. Acad. Sci. 86: 2766-2770 (1989)|
|5) Borresen, Anne-Lise, et al, "Constant Denaturant Gel Electrophoresis as a Rapid Screening Technique for p53 Mutations," Proc. Natl. Acad. Sci. 88: 8405-8409 (1991)|
|6) Fischer, S.G., and L.S. Lerman, "DNA Fragments Differing by Single Base-Pair Substitutions are Separated in Denaturing Gradient Gels: Correspondence with Melting Theory," Proc. Natl. Acad. Sci. 80: 1579-1583 (1983)|
|7) Hayashi, Kenshi, kand D. W. Yandell, "How Sensitive Is PCR-SSCP?" Hum. Mutation 2: 338-346 (1993)|
|8) Fodde, Riccardo, and Minoque Losekoot, "Mutation Analysis by Denaturing Gradient Gel Electrophoresis (DGGE)", Chapter 19 in Technologies for Detection of DNA Damage and Mutations, G.P. Pfeifer, ed, Plenus Press, New York, 1996|
|9) Sekiya, Takao, "Single-Strand Conformation Polymorphism Analysis," Chapter 21 in Technologies for Detection of DNA Damage and Mutations, G.P. Pfeifer, ed, Plenus Press, New York, 1996|
|Citations Citing the DGene or DCode instruments:|
|1) Borresen, Anne-Lise, "Constant Denaturant Gel Electrophoresis (CDGE) in Mutation Screening," Chapter 20 in Technologies for Detection of DNA Damage and Mutations, G.P. Pfeifer, ed, Plenum Press, New York, 1996|
|2) Short, Steven M., and Curtis A. Suttle, "Denaturing Gradient Gel Electrophoresis Resolves Virus Sequences Amplified with Degenerate Primers," BioTechniques 28: 20-26 (2000)|
|3) Miller, Kristina, et al, "Denaturing Gradient Gel Electrophoresis (DGGE): A Rapid and Sensitive Technique to Screen Nucleotide Sequence Variation in Populations," Biotechniques 27: 1016-1030 (1999)|
Find a Certificate of Analysis
Sign Up for Bio-Rad Updates!
Enter your email address below to receive your choice of the latest news, promotions, and more.