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With its high precision and sensitivity, digital PCR is ideally suited for research applications such as liquid biopsy applications and rare mutation detection.
Digital PCR is a powerful and accurate method for vector copy number analysis and viral titer quantification in cell and gene therapy research applications.
Digital PCR offers a precise and accurate way to provide absolute quantification of residual DNA and mycoplasma detection.
The advent of digital PCR now enables high-resolution determination of copy number variation through the accurate detection and quantification of low percent copy number differences.
The use of digital PCR as a quantification tool for NGS libraries before sequencing helps optimize sequencing run performance, data generation, and data quality.
With digital PCR it is possible to measure environmental pathogen concentration more accurately and precisely in what would be an otherwise highly inhibited sample.
Digital PCR is a specialized approach to nucleic acid detection and quantification that estimates absolute numbers of molecules through statistical methods.
Digital PCR and real-time PCR (qPCR) are core technologies for delivering high-quality results throughout biologics development and biomanufacturing.
Digital PCR helps improve sensitivity and efficiency in viral vector production workflows.
Digital PCR is emerging as an ideal technology for situations, such as cancer research, in which the need for high precision or a low abundance of the genetic target makes conventional qPCR challenging.
Digital PCR has been used to study genes involved in spinal muscular atrophy (SMA). A multiplex (dPCR) protocol has been developed that could make future research easier.