Polymerase chain reaction software tools

Polymerase Chain Reaction (PCR) is the common technique to exponentially amplify a small region of DNA from target DNA or RNA after reverse transcription in cDNA. It usually consists in a series of 30 to 40 cycles of tree steps: denaturation for…

PCR applications

Polymerase chain reaction software tools

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GETPrime
Dataset

GETPrime

Enables to retrieve gene or transcript-specific primers for several species…

Enables to retrieve gene or transcript-specific primers for several species genes in assembled chromosomes annotated in the Ensembl database. GETPrime is a primer database supported by a platform…

REST
Desktop

REST Relative Expression Software Tool

Compares two groups for reference and up to four target genes. REST allows for…

Compares two groups for reference and up to four target genes. REST allows for a relative quantification between groups, and a subsequent test for significance of the derived results with a suitable…

quantGenius
Web

quantGenius

Allows to organize, make analysis of quantitative Polymerase Chain Reaction…

Allows to organize, make analysis of quantitative Polymerase Chain Reaction (qPCR) data and offers a decision support in various qPCR applications. quantGenius is based on a standard curve…

SCATTOME
Desktop

SCATTOME Single Cell Analysis of Targeted TranscriptOME

Predicts drug sensitivity of single cells within human tumors. SCATTome is an R…

Predicts drug sensitivity of single cells within human tumors. SCATTome is an R software package that uses machine learning approaches to build binary classification models, selects top significant…

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RefFinder
Web

RefFinder

A user-friendly web-based comprehensive tool developed for evaluating and…

A user-friendly web-based comprehensive tool developed for evaluating and screening reference genes from extensive experimental datasets.

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