Up to 30 genes per well means many genes can be analyzed in a single experiment, while ensuring accurate ‘in-well’ data normalization
Hundreds to thousands of samples can be processed in parallel using standard 96 well plates, with one sample per well
75 % less expensive than qPCR because of lower reagent expenditure
More than 10 x faster than qPCR due to short hands-on time and few manual steps (total time for 96 samples 3-4 h with only 1-2 h hands-on time)
Accurate and reproducible
Automated processing and no need for RNA extraction, cDNA conversion or amplification steps means RNA degradation and experimental bias are greatly reduced (intra- and inter-assay CVs approx 10 %)
Easy to set-up for new targets, offers a possibility to create your own custom panels
Cost-effective and time-efficient, TRAC fills the gap between studying genome-wide expression in a small number of samples and studying a few genes in a larger number of samples.
TRAC allows users to explore gene function in-depth across many biological states, all in a single experiment, for example:
TRAC has already been successfully used by many labs and the work published in peer review journals.