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A Better Way to Perform PCR

Researchers turn to ddPCR for accurate nucleic acid quantification during biotherapeutic development.




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Droplet Digital PCR (ddPCR) is replacing quantitative PCR (qPCR) in numerous laboratories. By encapsulating nucleic acid molecules in discrete droplets, thousands of individual ddPCR reactions occur in a single test tube, allowing scientists to directly count target sequences and quantify their samples without creating a standard curve. This technique improves resource usage and result accuracy, which are especially beneficial for researchers developing cell and gene therapies.

Download this white paper from Bio-Rad to learn how ddPCR outperforms qPCR and where researchers use the technique in cell and gene therapy workflows.