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Cell and Gene Therapy from the Bench to the Clinic

Researchers use ddPCR to monitor quality at each stage of therapy development.



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To ensure that cell and gene therapies are safe and effective, scientists carefully assess the quality of their products at every development step. Droplet Digital PCR (ddPCR) is an essential component of cell and gene therapy quality control. By amplifying and measuring nucleic acids, ddPCR allows researchers to detect sequences of interest, verify gene expression, determine copy numbers, and detect mutations and contaminants.

Download this guide from Bio-Rad to learn about the myriad ways scientists use ddPCR in cell and gene therapy quality control.