Carl Wittwer, PhD, talks to contributing editor Tanuja Koppal, PhD, about polymerase chain reaction (PCR)
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Professor Robert J. Linhardt received his PhD in chemistry from Johns Hopkins University in 1979 and did postdoctoral studies at MIT.
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J. Christopher Love, PhD, associate professor in chemical engineering at MIT, and Maroof Adil, PhD, postdoctoral researcher at the University of California, Berkeley, talk to contributing editor Tanuja Koppal, PhD, about advances in single-cell sequencing.
While HPLC and mass spec make inroads into nontraditional markets, interest remains in molecular techniques that address the unique needs of clinicians and drug developers.
To quantify nucleic acids, DNA, or RNA, scientists often use the quantitative polymerase chain reaction (qPCR)