Have you ever Wondered About the Cost of Failed PCR Applications?
Aug 05 2022
PCR applications have been in the spotlight for over two years with the arrival of Covid-19 and PCR being an essential part of the testing system around the world. The pandemic put additional pressure on labs for increased PCR testing which in turn, will have resulted in an increased number of failed reactions.
Accuracy and precision are two words familiar to everyone working in the lab, but alone, they may not be enough to save your PCR from failing. Failed PCR applications cost you both time and money, as well as generating an enormous amount of unnecessary lab waste. Performing a successful PCR first time is vital to saving all these valuable resources.
Starlab knows that today’s eco conscious scientists are mindful of the waste their lab generates. Tight budgets and a heavy workload mean both money and time are valuable resources. That’s why Starlab, the liquid handling experts, have created a guide to help you avoid failed PCR and the associated costs.
The ‘Failed PCR: How to avoid at all costs’ guide aims to help improve your performance in the lab by outlining five key areas which could contribute to a failed PCR run. Download it now and find out five reasons why your PCR may have failed, and how to avoid it from happening again.
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