A decade of dPCR
About the session
Digital PCR (dPCR) has become a more established technology over the last decade, with several instrument formats available. Yet, given the mature status of real-time PCR and the broad opportunities offered by the latest sequencing technologies, it is often unclear what dPCR can contribute. This presentation will explore how dPCR has changed over the last decade, outline the advantages and look at how it can contribute to advancing molecular analysis. It will also discuss the new digital MIQE guidelines and how they can help maximize the impact of research using dPCR.