The QX ONE System streamlines the droplet digital PCR workflow by combining droplet generation, thermal cycling, and droplet reading into a single, fully automated process.
Several new platforms have recently launched for foodborne pathogen analysis, those which may offer promising solutions to the growing body of food safety challenges.
By automating tasks and increasing precision, new liquid handling technologies serve to streamline workflows and free up the hands of researchers to focus on the important stuff – the science.
Digital PCR or dPCR extends where qPCR falls short, namely in the accuracy and precision of absolute quantitation and the manner in which target DNA is measured. Here we explore details behind the application of this powerful technology.
With more than 4100 published studies (as of Oct 2019) and growing, nowhere is the power of Droplet Digital PCR technology further apparent than Bio-Rad’s expansive ddPCR Publications Database.
Sequencing methods have evolved to encompass high-throughput, high-resolution methods based on advanced capillary and microfluidic technologies.