Join the Quantification Revolution
Digital PCR (dPCR) works by partitioning a bulk PCR reaction into thousands of nanoliter-scale reactions — each containing zero, one, or just a few DNA molecules. By counting positive partitions and applying Poisson statistics, absolute quantification of the sample is achieved. dPCR overcomes common limitations of qPCR, such as the need for standard curves, low accuracy when measuring rare targets, and a lack of sensitivity in high background conditions.
The Absolute Q’s patented Microfluidic Array Partitioning (MAP) technology enables effortless and consistent generation of 20,000 partitions. With under 5% dead volume, you always see the whole picture and count every target.