Real-Time PCR and Digital PCR Applications Support Center
One resource for all your Real-Time PCR and Digital PCR support needs. Navigate through the qPCR support categories below to obtain relevant technical information, view tips and tricks when starting an experiment, and find answers to everyday qPCR problems.
Support for each step of your qPCR experiment from reverse transcription and primer/probe design to gene expression analysis.
Learn how to set up your gene expression assay and find suggestions for common amplification problems.
Learn how to prepare your samples to detect polymorphisms, find the right SNP assay and analyze the results.
Find out how to design and run your pri-miRNA and microRNA assays.
View information on determining and analyzing copy number changes due to gene deletion or duplication.
Get help with assaying rare allele mutations using castPCR technology to determine mutation status.
Access information about analyzing genetic variations through the dissociation of nucleic acid sequences via PCR.
Obtain support on digital PCR from selecting chemistries to analyzing your data.
View tips and help for studying protein binding and stability changes using protein melt experiments.
Learn about PGx experiments related to genetic variation and drug response.
Find information and help about analyzing protein-protein interactions through TaqMan™ assays.
Access in-depth information about dyes, primers, probes, and quenchers for your qPCR experiment.
Find answers to your qPCR software-related questions below:
** For most of the software downloads, visit our Instrument Portal and click on the link for Software, Patches, & Updates.
Looking for your TaqMan™ documentation files? Visit our TaqMan Assay, Plate, and Card file download page.
Looking for support on qPCR Instruments? Visit our Real-Time PCR and Digital PCR Instruments Support Center.
Looking for information on End-Point PCR or Reverse Transcription? Visit our PCR & cDNA Synthesis Support Center.
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