Discover all the ways digital PCR can help tackle your research challenges

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Digital PCR (dPCR) is quickly becoming the new gold standard in precise nucleic acid quantitation.

In addition to higher sensitivity and more robust performance in the face of inhibitors, the Absolute Q leverages unique partitioning technology to minimize reagent waste and maximize the accuracy of your dPCR results. Learn how dPCR is being leveraged in a number of research areas to provide unparalleled confidence in rare target quantification, copy-number-variation (CNV), gene expression, and more.

Infectious Disease Applications of PCR

Infectious Diseases

Identifying specific pathogens that cause disease is often difficult. These molecules are often very low concentration, and obscured by highly diverse patient microbiota or unique sample composition. Detection requires exceptional sensitivity and specificity. Learn how the Absolute Q accurately detects and quantifies infectious disease targets.

wastewater monitoring applications of PCR

Wastewater and Environmental Monitoring

Screening wastewater, or sewage, for the presence of SARS-CoV-2 viral RNA is gaining steam as an effective method of community monitoring for COVID-19. Learn how digital PCR provides unparalleled sensitivity and high confidence in target detection from challenging sample input types.

Oncology applications of PCR

Oncology

Applications for digital PCR in oncology are myriad, including biomarker discovery, early detection, liquid biopsy research, and  monitoring recurrence and response to treatment. In all of these applications, accurate detection of rare targets is key. Learn how the Absolute Q minimizes sample waste to ensure that no target is left undetected.

reproductive health applications of PCR

Reproductive Health

Rare genetic conditions have a distressing impact on pediatric healthcare. Digital PCR has applications in difficult-to-diagnose inherited diseases and transplant rejection during treatment. To improve patient outcomes, causative and prognostic genetic indicators need to be identified quickly and reliably. Learn how digital PCR enables you to obtain more information from each sample.