The first step in testing for Salmonella in veterinary as well as food and feed samples is the pre-enrichment in buffered peptone water. This is usually done in stomacher bags. To facilitate subsequent steps, such as the purification of DNA for PCR testing, the samples should be transferred to screw cap tubes.
Our Kylt Software 3.1 currently supports 9 different qPCR-Cyclers and the correponding software.
A frequent inquiry that we receive at Kylt is, if an existing qPCR Cycler will work with our kits.
Depending on the manufacturer, the fluorescence channels are named differently for approximately identical wavelengths.