DNA Chip is a new version of a tool developed by our RI (Research and Innovation) team. The chip was designed by using a plastic wafer instead of a silicon wafer or glass slide to replace the traditional platform. This technique helped researchers reduce the cost significantly, allowing the customers in microbial cultivation to invest in our platform as it helps them in the long run. While cost is reduced, the beauty of the DNA chip is that it can maintain the accuracy at the same level compared to the traditional ones.
The main processes include multiplex PCR, and then DNA hybridizes it on the probe (that has been printed on the chip). The result will be interpreted by the fluorescence signal.
(This technology is in research and innovation processes)