Digital PCR (dPCR) is a leading technology for detection and quantification of rare mutations and target sequences. Overcome challenges with other ddPCR and dPCR platforms and leverage the full power of dPCR with the Applied Biosystems QuantStudio Absolute Q Digital PCR System, featuring:
Both digital PCR (dPCR) and real-time PCR (qPCR) can be used to detect and quantify nucleic acids. While these technologies share similarities, key differences in quantification methods confer each tool with application-dependent benefits or limitations.
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Digital PCR is a top technology for applications that require absolute quantification of low-level nucleic acid targets. Discover what you can achieve with broad dPCR application support backed by a comprehensive portfolio of TaqMan probe-based assays.
Copy number variation
Cell and gene therapy
Wastewater & environmental surveillance
Gene editing and more
Not all dPCR is created equal. Our microfluidic array plate (MAP) technology offers significant benefits over droplet digital PCR (ddPCR) technologies, including:
Getting started with the QuantStudio Absolute Q dPCR System is simple. It takes under five minutes to prepare a MAP16 dPCR plate and about two hours or less to get your results.
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