DNA quantification Blood

Though DNA quantification is but one small step in the multifaceted DNA sample preparation workflow, it can have large implications on the performance and validity of conclusions drawn from downstream assays. Major challenges include accuracy, precision, reproducibility, and detection of present contamination. Among UV spectrophotometry, fluorescence and real-time PCR based methods, the quantification method should be chosen based on the requirement of the downstream assay.

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Protocol tips
Place aluminum foil over
the sample to protect it from light and incubate at room temperature for 5-10 minutes.

Optimize incubation time to
minimize signal bleeding through to other channels.
Protocol tips
Place aluminum foil over the sample to protect it from light and incubate at room temperature for 5-10 minutes.

Optimize incubation time to minimize signal bleeding through to other channels.
Protocol tips
To minimize photo bleaching
effects, keep the time for fluorescence measurement constant for all samples.

During incubation at room temperature, protected from light.
Protocol tips
To minimize photo bleaching
effects, keep the time for fluorescence measurement constant for all samples.

During incubation at room temperature, protected from light.
Upstream tips
special care should be
taken to avoid nuclease contamination of all reagents and consumables used to set up PCR for sensitive detection of human DNA
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