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Nucleic Acid amplification

Nucleic Acid amplification

Nucleic Acid Amplification is a technique used to isolate genomic DNA, which can then be amplified to facilitate its analysis in situations where there is very little to start with - like in forensics science. It can also be used as a diagnostic tool for various diseases or to identify pathogens such as viruses or bacteria.

High performance optical sensors capable of measuring very low light levels are required to equip these machines. Excelitas offers you various options such as sensors or modules with integrated electronics.