The QX100 Droplet Digital PCR system from Bio-Rad Laboratories is the third generation of PCR technology. The system provides an absolute measure of target DNA molecules with unrivaled performance in precision, accuracy, and sensitivity for quantitative PCR applications. Watch the video below to learn more about this powerful technology.
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The QX100 Droplet Digital PCR system from Bio-Rad Laboratories provides an absolute measure of target DNA molecules with unrivaled precision and accuracy. The QX100 system partitions each sample into 20,000 individual nanoliter-sized droplets. PCR-positive and PCR-negative droplets from every sample are then counted to provide absolute target quantification in digital form. The QX100 system provides a revolutionary approach to target DNA quantification.
The QX100™ ddPCR™ system lets you:
- Detect rare target sequences with unmatched sensitivity for cancer and viral research
- Measure small differences in target copy number variations (down to 1.2x differences)
- Determine absolute gene expression levels without a standard curve or the ΔΔCq method
As a follow up to our video introduction to droplet digital PCR we are proud to present you with an advanced video presentation on droplet digital PCR technology. Please have a look and let us know what you think!
As a follow up to Bio-Rad’s acquisition of QuantaLife, we are proud to present the following educational training video: “An Introduction to Droplet Digital PCR”, given by award winning field application specialist Dr. Sean Taylor.
Be sure to stay tuned for the advanced training video which will be posted in the near future.
QuantaLife, which was recently acquired by Bio-Rad Laboratories, produces an innovative droplet digital PCR system that provides quantification of target molecules with unprecedented precision and sensitivity. In the videos that follow, QuantaLife’s VP of Application Development Dr. Serge Saxonov, introduces Droplet Digital™ PCR and explains various aspects of the technology.