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HTG Molecular Diagnostics

3430 E. Global Loop
Tucson, 85706
United States of America, Arizona
Toll free: (877) 289-2615

Phone: (877) 289-2615
Fax: (520) 547-2837

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HTG Molecular solutions provide cost saving technology that assists the advancement of personalized medicine and ultimately improve patient care. The patented qNPA technology, upon which all HTG Molecular products are based, produces quick and accurate gene expression analysis of cell lines, plasma/serum and FFPE archival tissue samples with minimal preparation.

 

qNPA technology provides an accurate measure of the gene expression levels in a wide range of sample types. The simple protocol requires no RNA extraction, no RNA amplification and no RNA labeling leading to more accurate, precise and reproducible results—especially with FFPE tissue. qNPA technology simultaneously measures up to 47 genes in the same well.



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Last update of this entry: April 19, 2012

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