Many of the studies used liquid biopsy based on ddPCR technology to predict treatment response or track disease progression
With Bio-Rad's expertise, EMBL aims to expand its training portfolio of innovative methodologies for young scientists
First commercially available droplet digital PCR solution for detecting pathogenic STEC
Learn which applications are most common and more from our latest PCR survey results
New solution empowers scientists to precisely evaluate the efficiency of their experiment in less time and at lower cost than with any other method
Droplet Digital™ PCR–based assay quickly and cost-effectively assesses genome-editing events
Tanuja Koppal, PhD discusses regular versus digital PCR with Drs. Emir Hodzic, Keith R. Jerome, and Ruth Hall Sedlak.
Digital PCR (dPCR) is a gene amplification method particularly suited to detecting and quantifying rare genes.
Stephen Bustin, PhD talks about the persisting problem of lack of transparency and reliability in current PCR data.
Food testing labs have traditionally used conventional PCR and quantitative real-time PCR (qPCR) to detect the presence of genetically modified organisms (GMOs) in food and feed. When quantification is required, GMO content in these samples is expressed in relative terms as the ratio of the quantity of the transgene, which is the nucleic acid fragment introduced in the host genome, to that of an endogene, a gene normally found in the host genome.