Webinar-Looking to detect SNPs or other point mutations in samples that have a limited number of DNA copies?

Looking to detect SNPs or other point mutations in samples that have a limited number of DNA copies?

Join our in-house experts William Ferreira, Ph.D. and Steve Hawkins, Ph.D., for their latest webinar where they share their insights on the newest range of Lyo-Ready Genotyping Direct qPCR Master mixes that support commercial assays designed to detect mutations.

In this presentation, you will learn how to detect single nucleotide polymorphisms (SNPs) directly from blood, plasma, urine, stool or FFPE tissue (down to 1 copy/reaction) using a simplified workflow that eliminates the need for nucleic acid extraction.


William Ferreira, Ph.D., R&D Team Leader

Steve Hawkins, Ph.D., Product Marketing Manager

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Ultra-fast Point-of-Care MDx development with new, sensitive LAMP master mixes

The COVID-19 pandemic accelerated the adoption of point-of-care molecular technologies that offer quick sample to results, high sensitivity, lower cost and widespread accessibility.

This webinar will cover new market-leading reagent solutions for loop-mediated isothermal amplification (LAMP) assays, which simplify assay development, speed up assay turnaround time, and deliver highly sensitive and specific amplification without DNA or RNA extraction.

Elda Iljazi Ph.D.
Senior Scientist Meridian Bioscience

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Point of Care Assay Development Challenges and Solutions: LAMP vs. qPCR

Molecular point of care (POC) tests are rapidly gaining traction in the diagnostic market, especially for infectious diseases. While LAMP and qPCR testing share common advantages such as quick turnaround time and high sensitivity and specificity, LAMP has additional benefits, making it possible for testing to be carried out essentially anywhere – from an airport to school, to a remote medical clinic.

In this webinar you will learn about:

  • The new advances in the LAMP and qPCR assay development for POC
  • How to speed up sample-to-result and eliminate the need for cold-chain management

Elda Iljazi, Ph.D. – R&D Senior Scientist, Meridian Bioscience
Dr. Michele Amasio – Research and Development Manager

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