Nucleic acid extraction provides a foundation for many extensive research and applications (for example cloning, PCR analysis, and next-generation sequencing technology in the field of whole genome and transcriptome), and the obtained nucleic acid can be used in a variety of ways. Nucleic acid purification and quality assessment are important steps in experimental workflows, and the quality of nucleic acids can affect the performance in downstream reactions.
Nowadays, emerging infectious diseases significantly threaten global public health and socioeconomic security and will change how people live. COVID-19 is a notable example. There might also have an outbreak of Monkeypox based on the current situation. When a disease outbreak occurs, PCR would be a suitable way to accurately identify the pathogen and detect it in the early stage.
Since 1 January 2022, cases of monkeypox have been reported with almost 60,000 in102 countries and regions. As data presented that about 99% of cases in 95 locations have not been historically reported. This is the first time that cases and sustained chains of transmission have been reported in countries without direct or immediate epidemiological links to areas of West or Central Africa.
At Bioperfectus, the excellent experience of our customers is our goal and the key to our job. Last Wednesday, we completed online technical training for our distribution local support in the Asia Pacific region. The webinar covers insightful training on Bioperfectus Nucleic Acid Extraction System, Nucleic Acid Extraction Kit, Real-Time PCR System, and product demonstration on the newly launched SAW-96 Nucleic Acid Extraction Workstation.