Join the Quantification Revolution
Digital PCR (dPCR) works by separating a bulk PCR reaction into thousands of nanoliter-scale microreactions — each containing zero, one, or just a few DNA molecules. By counting positive nano reactions and applying Poisson statistics, absolute quantification of the sample by dPCR is achieved. Digital PCR improves precision and reproducibility – providing higher statistical power to measure rare targets.
The QuantStudio Absolute Q Microfluidic Array Plate (MAP16) enables effortless, automated and consistent generation of 20,000 microchambers with industry leading <1% C.V. (coefficient of variation) per digital PCR reaction. No more struggling to reach a consistent 20,000 microreactions again.