Top 10 FAQs on sensitive mutation analysis of cfDNA by dPCR
July 15, 2022
Here are some common questions about liquid biopsy sample analysis answered by our in-house scientific experts. The article introduces the power of two: a workflow that starts with high-volume sample processing and ends with ultra-low mutation detection to produce reliable results.
How to set up a dPCR microbial DNA detection experiment, analyze multiple targets in one reaction and tackle viral RNA targets – all answered in this article following a scientific webinar. Learn about the new dPCR assays that identify microbial species, antibiotic resistance genes and virulence genes rapidly from diverse samples.
CRISPR revolution: Gene editing and the power to control evolution
August 25, 2021
Imagine a world where genetic diseases, or even HIV or cancer, could be cured by simply editing them out of your DNA. At first, it seems unrealistic, but it might not even be that far away. We may be lucky enough to see a time when gene editing becomes…
Webinar recap: Introduction to digital PCR on the QIAcuity
February 16, 2021
What are the fundamental aspects of performing a successful digital PCR (dPCR) assay on the QIAcuity instruments? That was the subject of a 2020 webinar featuring Dr. Andreas Missel, Director R&D at QIAGEN.
Webinar wrap up: Oncogenic mutation detection on the QIAcuity Digital PCR System
February 15, 2021
Thanks to the high sensitivity, superior precision and absolute quantification, digital PCR can detect low abundance targets, targets in complex mixtures, allelic variants and monitor small changes in frequencies of targets across a wide range of samples and applications.
Top questions from our CNV analysis by digital PCR webinar
February 12, 2021
Copy number variations (CNVs) are key players introducing both natural genetic diversity and biological dysfunction in humans and are often associated with complex diseases such as cancer, obesity, neurodegenerative and autoimmune diseases.
Know about Ivo Rimann: Q&A with the highest scorer of our digital PCR quiz
October 22, 2019
We're happy to announce that Dr. Ivo Rimann is among the top three scorers and is the highest scorer of our recent digital PCR quiz. Ivo is currently a Staff Scientist at the Scripps Research Institute, California, USA. A special congratulations to Ivo.
Working with DNA samples requires a lot of accuracy and precision. Anyone who has ever run a polymerase chain reaction (PCR) is very aware of how time consuming and complex this technique is. There are so many rules to follow and steps…
New customizable plug-and-play software for the Rotor-Gene Q simplifies workflow and analysis Q-Rex consists of a core software that drives the RGQ hardware. It enables experiment setup, data acquisition and performs basic analyses, plus…