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Digital PCR (dPCR) and Real-Time PCR (qPCR): A time and place for each

When it comes to DNA research, scientists often find themselves weighing digital PCR (dPCR) against the more established quantitative real-time PCR (qPCR). Which technique is better to use? The answer is both.

Unrevealing Biological Secrets By Single Cell Expression Profiling

During the last 30 years exceedingly sensitive and accurate technologies have been developed to measure and quantify amounts of nucleic acids and proteins.

Epigenetics: Targeting the mediator between environment and phenotype

Although it is still early days in terms of our understanding of epigenetics, the fast development of new tools and technologies to define genome-wide epigenetic variations in humans has the potential to enable effective new epigenetic therapies and diagnostic tests for a wide range of diseases beyond and including cancer.

DNA Diagnostics Gets Digitised - Quantitative real-time PCR

Quantitative real-time PCR (qPCR) has during the last two decades emerged as the preferred technology for nucleic acid analysis in routine as well as in research.