Nucleic acid analysis reaction cell and nucleic acid analyzer


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Taro Nakazawa , Masatoshi Narahara , Ryoji Inaba , Yoshihiro Nagaoka , Shigenori Togashi

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A nucleic acid analysis reaction cell and a nucleic acid analyzer are provided, in which a uniform flow rate is realized, so that a portion where a flow rate is low is removed and washing time for reagent removal is shortened.A flow path (103) is provided which includes a detection area (108) for detecting sequence information of a nucleic acid fragment and detection outer areas (107) disposed at both ends of the detection area (108). An inflow port (105) is provided in one of the detection outer areas (107) and a discharge port (106) is provided in the other of the detection outer areas (107). The detection outer areas (107) disposed at both the ends of the detection area (108) are areas whose widths become narrow toward ends, and guides (104) for branching a liquid are provided in at least the detection outer area (107) in which the inflow port (105) is provided. More... »

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