Shrinking the Genetics Lab

A London-based team seeks to scale down the genetics lab for at-home, basic DIY projects.

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Why try to cram in a PCR

Why try to cram in a PCR machine, when you just need a hot block for an RPA reaction? It's isothermal, so no need for thermal cycling, you just need to heat the reaction to up to 37-42C. You get the same sensitivity and specificity and as an extra bonus it will only take 10-15 minutes for the reaction to finish.

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WGAF serioulsy, people eat at

WGAF serioulsy, people eat at McDonalds, are fat and lazy. No one is going to do any lab ina home. Fail. Next.