Fully Integrated Single Instrument Imaging-based Digital PCR Platform

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Digital PCR (dPCR) has gained popularity in recent years for cancer research such as rare mutation detection, minimal residual disease, treatment selection, and recurrence monitoring. However, currently available technologies suffer from several limitations such as tedious workflow, long time-to-result, poor multiplexity, and inconsistent reagent digitization, which has severely hindered its broad adoption. We have designed and manufactured a dPCR platform that is capable of consistent sample digitization, thermal cycling and simultaneous interrogation of 20,000 partitions with walk-away workflow.