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<!--- Design a new protocol based on your group's new PCR design. Make a step-by-step list of how someone should use your method
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Things to consider:
Things to consider:
How should the PCR machine be set up? Does it need to be plugged in?
How should the PCR machine be set up? Does it need to be plugged in?
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<!--- Place your two tables "Supplied in the kit" and "Supplied by User" here --->
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'''PCR Protocol'''
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'''DNA Measurement Protocol'''
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==Research and Development==
==Research and Development==
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<!--- Explain how PCR will be used to amplify signal from your target of choice and why the test will produce no signal if the target is absent --->
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<!--- Bonus: explain how Bayesian statistics can be used to assess the reliability of your team's method. Just write the equation using variables that are relevant to your team's new test. You do not need actual numbers --->
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'''Background on Disease Markers'''
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'''Illustration'''
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Thermal Cycler Engineering

Our re-design is based upon the Open PCR system originally designed by Josh Perfetto and Tito Jankowski.


System Design


Key Features


Instructions





Protocols

Materials


PCR Protocol



DNA Measurement Protocol



Research and Development

Background on Disease Markers



Primer Design



Illustration


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