A Practical Guide to High Resolution Melt Analysis Genotyping
19 Nov 2013

HRM can be used to detect single-base sequence variations or discover unknown genetic mutations. This application note from Bio-Rad highlights the benefits and applications of HRM and discusses key considerations, such as instrumentation, sample preparation and experimental design.

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