Principles & Advantages of digital PCR



May 2, 2019

Digital PCR, a cutting-edge technology which uses partitioning the DNA sample into a large number of individual compartments as the basic principle. This translates to a limited number of DNA molecules in each partition thereby increasing the possibility of detecting mutations even in samples containing a very low concentration of DNA. Digital PCR can be used in several types of assays such as in oncology (copy number variation, rare event detection, liquid biopsies), infectious diseases, food testing industry, organ transplantation, prenatal screening, environmental contaminant monitoring, and many more. To learn more about dPCR, you can visit

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