Identifying the genetics behind obesity using dPCR
8 October 2020
All local recommended safety guidelines followed at the time of interview.
Dr. Johanna Andersson-Assarsson, a researcher in the Swedish Obese Subjects (SOS) study, where she uses digital PCR technology to examine how copy numbers in a single gene may explain why some people are prone to one of the world’s most complex diseases.
Faster cancer diagnoses using Artificial IntelligenceJapanese startup, PFDeNA, uses deep learning to quickly and accurately detect and diagnose different cancer types.
Using the human microbiome to decipher crime scene tracesForensic investigators analyze genomes of human microorganisms to determine what took place at a crime scene.
Air microbiome provides answers to climate changeLondon researcher sequences invisible microbiome in air to understand why and how this ecosystem evolves.
The magic is inside
Discover the fully integrated nanoplate-based digital PCR system that takes users from the sample to result in under 2 hours. This interactive demo illustrates the complete process step-by-step.
QIAcuity Nanoplates and Accessories
For all dPCR application needs
Microfluidic digital PCR plates that enable running 24 or 96 samples with up to 8,500 or 26,000 partitions per well.
QIAcuity EG PCR Kit
Specificity and efficiency
Improve the specificity and efficiency of dye-based digital PCR to provide accurate quantitation analysis.