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  • Detection kits for Saccharomyces cerevisiae
  • Available in 2 formats for analysis:
 

ItemsCat. #Size
Saccharomyces cerevisiae TaqMan PCR Kit TM33300 24 rxns
Saccharomyces cerevisiae TaqMan Probe/Primer and Control Set TM33310 100 rxns
Saccharomyces cerevisiae End-Point PCR Kit EP33300 24 rxns
Saccharomyces cerevisiae Primer and Control Set EP33310 100 rxns

  • Detection kits for Saccharomyces cerevisiae
  • Available in 2 formats for analysis:
 


Saccharomyces cerevisiae Detection Kits

Phomopsis cane and leaf spot, caused by Phomopsis viticola, occurs in most grape-growing regions and is an important disease of grapes worldwide. The fungus attacks all green parts of the vine, including canes, leaves, flowers, rachises, and berries. However, most economic damage is caused by rachis and berry infection. Infected leaves have small, yellowish spots with dark brown centers and may be puckered. With successive cool, wet springs, the inoculum will build up and infections will become more severe over time. Since symptoms appear 21 to 30 days after infection, early detection of the pathogen in the vineyard is therefore crucial for its control.

There are 2 kits available for the detection of Phomopsis viticola:


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Saccharomyces cerevisiae TaqMan PCR/RT-PCR Kit, 24 reactions
  • Ready to use format, including Master Mix for the target and PCR control to monitor for PCR inhibition and validate the quality
  • Specific Primer and Probe mix for the pathogen/virus/viroid of interest
  • Primer and Probe mix
  • Positive and negative control to confirm the integrity of the kit reagents
Saccharomyces cerevisiae TaqMan PCR/RT-PCR Probe/Primer Set and Controls, 100 reactions
  • Specific Primer/Probe mix and Positive Control for the pathogen/virus/viroid of interest
  • Nuclease-free water
  • Can be used together with Norgen’s PCR/RT-PCR Master Mix (#28007/#28113)or customer supplied master mix

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Saccharomyces cerevisiae End-Point PCR/RT-PCR Kit, 24 reactions
  • Ready to use format, including Master Mix for the target and PCR control to monitor for PCR inhibition and validate the quality
  • Specific Primer mix for the pathogen/virus/viroid of interest
  • Positive control and a negative control to confirm the integrity of the kit reagents
  • Loading dye and a DNA ladder to facilitate qualitative analysis of the results on an agarose gel
Saccharomyces cerevisiae End-Point PCR/RT-PCR Primer Set and Controls, 100 reactions
  • Specific Primer mix and Positive Control for the pathogen/virus/viroid of interest
  • Nuclease-free water
  • Can be used together with Norgen’s PCR/RT-PCR Master Mix (#28007/#28113)or customer supplied master mix

For research use only and NOT intended for in vitro diagnostics.

Storage Conditions and Product Stability
All kit components should be stored at -20°C upon arrival. Repeated thawing and freezing (> 2 x) of the Master Mix, Control Master Mix and Positive Control should be avoided, as this may affect the performance of the assay. If the reagents are to be used only intermittently, they should be frozen in aliquots. All reagents can be stored for 1 year at -20°C without showing any reduction in performance.


ItemsCat. #Size
Saccharomyces cerevisiae TaqMan PCR Kit TM33300 24 rxns
Saccharomyces cerevisiae TaqMan Probe/Primer and Control Set TM33310 100 rxns
Saccharomyces cerevisiae End-Point PCR Kit EP33300 24 rxns
Saccharomyces cerevisiae Primer and Control Set EP33310 100 rxns

  • Detection kits for Saccharomyces cerevisiae
  • Available in 2 formats for analysis:
 


Saccharomyces cerevisiae Detection Kits

Phomopsis cane and leaf spot, caused by Phomopsis viticola, occurs in most grape-growing regions and is an important disease of grapes worldwide. The fungus attacks all green parts of the vine, including canes, leaves, flowers, rachises, and berries. However, most economic damage is caused by rachis and berry infection. Infected leaves have small, yellowish spots with dark brown centers and may be puckered. With successive cool, wet springs, the inoculum will build up and infections will become more severe over time. Since symptoms appear 21 to 30 days after infection, early detection of the pathogen in the vineyard is therefore crucial for its control.

There are 2 kits available for the detection of Phomopsis viticola:


Click to expand options
Saccharomyces cerevisiae TaqMan PCR/RT-PCR Kit, 24 reactions
  • Ready to use format, including Master Mix for the target and PCR control to monitor for PCR inhibition and validate the quality
  • Specific Primer and Probe mix for the pathogen/virus/viroid of interest
  • Primer and Probe mix
  • Positive and negative control to confirm the integrity of the kit reagents
Saccharomyces cerevisiae TaqMan PCR/RT-PCR Probe/Primer Set and Controls, 100 reactions
  • Specific Primer/Probe mix and Positive Control for the pathogen/virus/viroid of interest
  • Nuclease-free water
  • Can be used together with Norgen’s PCR/RT-PCR Master Mix (#28007/#28113)or customer supplied master mix

Click to expand options
Saccharomyces cerevisiae End-Point PCR/RT-PCR Kit, 24 reactions
  • Ready to use format, including Master Mix for the target and PCR control to monitor for PCR inhibition and validate the quality
  • Specific Primer mix for the pathogen/virus/viroid of interest
  • Positive control and a negative control to confirm the integrity of the kit reagents
  • Loading dye and a DNA ladder to facilitate qualitative analysis of the results on an agarose gel
Saccharomyces cerevisiae End-Point PCR/RT-PCR Primer Set and Controls, 100 reactions
  • Specific Primer mix and Positive Control for the pathogen/virus/viroid of interest
  • Nuclease-free water
  • Can be used together with Norgen’s PCR/RT-PCR Master Mix (#28007/#28113)or customer supplied master mix

For research use only and NOT intended for in vitro diagnostics.

Storage Conditions and Product Stability
All kit components should be stored at -20°C upon arrival. Repeated thawing and freezing (> 2 x) of the Master Mix, Control Master Mix and Positive Control should be avoided, as this may affect the performance of the assay. If the reagents are to be used only intermittently, they should be frozen in aliquots. All reagents can be stored for 1 year at -20°C without showing any reduction in performance.

 

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