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Real Time PCR Primer and Probe Database
Title: Real Time PCR Primer and Probe Database
Title abbreviated: RTPrimerDB
Creator: Ghent University Hospital <Gent> / Center for Medical Genetics
Abstract: RTPrimerDB is a public database for primer and probe sequences used in real-time PCR assays employing popular chemistries (SYBR Green I, Taqman, Hybridisation Probes, Molecular Beacon) to prevent time-consuming primer design and experimental optimisation, and to introduce a certain level of uniformity and standardisation among different laboratories. We strongly encourage researchers to submit their validated primer and probe sequence, so that other users can benefit from their expertise. The database can be queried using the official gene name or symbol, Entrez or Ensembl Gene identifier, SNP identifier, or oligonucleotide sequence. Different options make it possible to restrict a query to a particular application (Gene Expression Quantification/Detection, DNA Copy Number Quantification/Detection, SNP Detection, Mutation Analysis, Fusion Gene Quantification/Detection), organism (Human, Mouse, Rat, and 17 others) or detection chemistry. Data submission is allowed after free registration whereby you obtain a login name and password. Currently, 3607 real-time PCR assays for 2214 genes are available, submitted by 848 people. [Information of the supplier]
Subject: Biochemistry (572)
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Audience: Experts
Language: English
Format: website; database
Resource type: Factual databases
Access: free
Metadata update date: 2015-09-10
Metadata provider: UBFfm
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