BGI Genomics has been involved with detection and prevention efforts of the new coronavirus (2019-nCoV) from the beginning of the outbreak. As of 23 February, 2020, BGI Genomics has performed 215,000 tests for suspected cases of 2019-nCoV. As an organization, BGI Genomics acutely understands that timely investigation and detection of suspected cases forms an essential part of helping stop the spread of the disease.
BGI Genomics is now combining its frontline experience of 2019-nCoV with the company’s long-standing expertise in DNA synthesis solutions in order to offer partners across the world ready-to-use primers, probes and positive control plasmids for developing their own local COVID-19 diagnostic solutions.
Fast – Our ready-to-use primers, probes and plasmids are available to ship immediately
Flexible – Primers, probes and plasmids compatible with multiple nucleic acid diagnostic kit manufacturers
For more information please contact us for availability or a no obligation quote.
See below details of our key primers. Please use this information as reference and contact us with the primer’s name, sequence and order quantity that you require, or for a no obligation discussion about your requirements.
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Sequence information of the 2019 -nCoV detection primers and probes published by the World Health Organization (WHO).
Sequence information original link:
The World Health Organization (WHO ) published the document ‘Diagnostic detection of 2019-nCoV by real-time RT-PCR
RdRP_SARSr-P2 is a probe that specifically detects 2019-conV; P1 is a universal probe that can detect 2019-nCoV, SARS- CoV, and bat-SARS-related CoV, where the probe modification group is changed from BBQ to BHQ1; W is A/T; R is G/A; M is A/C.
See below details of our key plasmids. Please contact us quoting the relevant information of your required plasmid, or for a no obligation discussion about your requirements.
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All spot plasmids are delivered in dry powder with a specification of 5ug / piece.
Sequence information from NCBI
For specific sequences of the above genes, please download the attached file, '2019-nCoV Gene Sequence Information'.