Hybaid's Dynamic Allele Specific Hybridization system
Hybaid (Franklin, Mass.) released its new dedicated system for SNP detection, the DASH (Dynamic Allele Specific Hybridization) system, in July 1999. It provides a fast, sensitive method to score SNPs based on the melting temperature (denaturation) of target-probe complexes. The DASH system monitors the level of fluorescence emitted from a dye intercalated into the target-probe sequences...
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