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Modern Approaches to qPCR

Updated qPCR instruments provide optimal thermal performance and data connectivity.





Scientists use quantitative PCR (qPCR) for a variety of sensitive applications, from multiplexed gene expression profiling to infectious disease diagnostics. Because small amounts of genetic material are exponentially amplified, small errors can lead to large problems. To obtain and share optimal results, scientists turn to modern qPCR instruments that offer improved thermal uniformity and cloud connectivity.

Download this ebook from The Scientist's Creative Services team and Bio-Rad to learn about

  • Thermal uniformity in thermal cycler instruments
  • qPCR for viral diagnostics
  • New data connectivity technologies
  • qPCR beyond the molecular biology laboratory