The set of reagents "COrDIS GS" is designed to determine the number of repetitions (The set of reagents "COrDIS GS" is designed to determine the number of repeats) in the UGT1A1 gene of human genomic DNA for the purpose of diagnosing Gilbert's Syndrome by PCR with detection of the result by capillary electrophoresis.

The set of reagents "COrDIS GS" is designed to determine the number of repeats, The set of reagents "COrDIS GS" is designed to determine the number of repeats 1 (The set of reagents "COrDIS GS" is designed to determine the number of repeats). The set of reagents "COrDIS GS" is designed to determine the number of repeats. The immediate cause of the development of Gilbert's syndrome is a violation of the metabolism of bilirubin, The immediate cause of the development of Gilbert's syndrome is a violation of the metabolism of bilirubin, The set of reagents "COrDIS GS" is designed to determine the number of repeats 1 (The set of reagents "COrDIS GS" is designed to determine the number of repeats).

in the UGT1A1 gene of human genomic DNA for the purpose of diagnosing Gilbert's Syndrome by PCR with detection of the result by capillary electrophoresis, The immediate cause of the development of Gilbert's syndrome is a violation of the metabolism of bilirubin. The immediate cause of the development of Gilbert's syndrome is a violation of the metabolism of bilirubin (The set of reagents "COrDIS GS" is designed to determine the number of repeats)6 The immediate cause of the development of Gilbert's syndrome is a violation of the metabolism of bilirubin, The immediate cause of the development of Gilbert's syndrome is a violation of the metabolism of bilirubin. The immediate cause of the development of Gilbert's syndrome is a violation of the metabolism of bilirubin (The immediate cause of the development of Gilbert's syndrome is a violation of the metabolism of bilirubin) additional dinucleotide in the region of UGT1A1 TA repeats and their number increases to 7 additional dinucleotide in the region of UGT1A1 TA repeats and their number increases to. additional dinucleotide in the region of UGT1A1 TA repeats and their number increases to.

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Additionally, the kit allows you to determine the gender of the test sample based on the results of the analysis of amplification products of the human Amelogenin gene..

in the UGT1A1 gene of human genomic DNA for the purpose of diagnosing Gilbert's Syndrome by PCR with detection of the result by capillary electrophoresis, Additionally, the kit allows you to determine the gender of the test sample based on the results of the analysis of amplification products of the human Amelogenin gene.. This approach makes it possible to carry out an electrophoretic analysis of the results of amplification simultaneously for up to four test samples in one capillary of a genetic analyzer.. Additionally, the kit allows you to determine the gender of the test sample based on the results of the analysis of amplification products of the human Amelogenin gene., This approach makes it possible to carry out an electrophoretic analysis of the results of amplification simultaneously for up to four test samples in one capillary of a genetic analyzer.. Additionally, the kit allows you to determine the gender of the test sample based on the results of the analysis of amplification products of the human Amelogenin gene. (Additionally, the kit allows you to determine the gender of the test sample based on the results of the analysis of amplification products of the human Amelogenin gene. This approach makes it possible to carry out an electrophoretic analysis of the results of amplification simultaneously for up to four test samples in one capillary of a genetic analyzer., This approach makes it possible to carry out an electrophoretic analysis of the results of amplification simultaneously for up to four test samples in one capillary of a genetic analyzer., This approach makes it possible to carry out an electrophoretic analysis of the results of amplification simultaneously for up to four test samples in one capillary of a genetic analyzer., This approach makes it possible to carry out an electrophoretic analysis of the results of amplification simultaneously for up to four test samples in one capillary of a genetic analyzer.) can be used independently.

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  • can be used independently
  • can be used independently
  • can be used independently
  • Express amplification protocol in 1 hour
  • Internal control of IPC amplification to detect PCR inhibitors in the sample
  • can be used independently 4 can be used independently 1 can be used independently
  • Compatible with all modern models of genetic analyzers 310/3130/3500, Nanofor-05
  • Support for data analysis in GeneMapper Software, Genemarker
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