The SNPline system is a modular, high-throughput genotyping platform for the analysis of single base changes or insertions/deletions in DNA sequences of interest. The process uses a fluorescence-based assay known as KASP (Kompetitive Alelle Specific PCR), developed by LGC Genomics.
This allele-specific analysis is widely used in the genetic analysis of human and animal disease, cattle and plant traceability and fast-track plant breeding.
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Flexibility within the system allows the analysis of many single nucleotide polymorphisms (SNPs) over thousands of samples with rapid turnaround time. The system comprises a flexible 96-well or 384-well assay format, thermal or laser plate sealing, rapid assay assembly using the programmable low-volume Meridian dispenser and Hydrocycler waterbath-based thermal cycling. End-point fluorescence plate reading is achieved using the ViiA7 Real Time PCR system.
Barcoded samples and reagents help to ensure accurate sample and assay tracking.
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