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As a mandatory choice for quantitative analysis of molecular biology, real-time polymerase chain reaction (PCR) system is widely used in various fields including scientific research, clinical detection / diagnosis, quality / safety testing and forensic applications.
Eins-Sci Quantitative PCR is developed on a global vision of product design and manufacturing processes. It ingeniously incorporates Fresnel lens optical signal acquisition technology, time-resolved signal separation technology and unique temperature control technology. Thus, reaching international advanced level in sensitivity, multi-colour crosstalk, temperature uniformity and accuracy. It supports the application of all common qPCR detection modes.
 Real Time PCR can be used for positive and negative testing results for SARS-CoV-2 (COVID-19) in South Africa & internationally.

  • Options of 4 or 6 fluorescence detection channels allowing multiplex PCR​

  • Innovative scanning method and time-resolved signal separation technology

  • Effectively reduce multi-colour crosstalk and edge effect, no ROX correction required

  • New optical scanning detection system based on Fresnel lens optical signal acquisition technology offers high sensitivity

  • High accuracy and uniformity due to unique edge temperature compensation technology

  • LED light source is efficient and maintenance free

  • High-efficiency PMT detection device

  • User-friendly software for sample testing, data calculating and result analysis

  • Excludes required  computer

  • 2 Year Warranty


  • Clinical detection and diagnosis

  • Genotyping

  • Copy number variation

  • Rare mutation detection

  • Regenerative medicine

  • Gene therapy drug

  • Molecular diagnosis​

  • Virus testing [SARS-CoV-2 (COVID-19)  ]

  • Forensic Application

  • Identification

  • Paternity Testing​

  • Quality and safety testing

  • Animal health

  • Food safety testing

  • Public health​​

  • ​Other Applications

  • Protein expression

  • microRNA

  • Melting curve analysis

  • Gene expression

  • Absolute quantification

  • Relative quantification


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