Applied Biosystems QuantStudio Absolute Q Digital PCR System

Powerfully simple digital PCR

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Digital PCR absolute quanitification

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.

The most advanced partitioning technology

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.

Power of dPCR, simplicity of qPCR.

The QuantStudio Absolute Q Digital PCR system consists of just one instrument, consolidating all steps required into a single plate  – transforming a multi-step multi-instrument workflow into a 1-step qPCR-like workflow. 
Analyze with confidence, use with ease.

Analyze with confidence,
use with ease

The QuantStudio Absolute Q Analysis software was designed to complement our intuitive workflow and save you time and effort. Using the control interface, parameters such as plate format, optical channels and thermal conditions can be easily modified so you can start generating data quickly.

Our clean and powerful data analysis suite provides a range of options for processing your data. Whether you’re visualizing multiplexed data or calculating concentrations across replicates, results can be exported for downstream analysis or compiled into an easy to read report in just a couple of clicks.

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