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qPCR: Current technologies and future applications

9 May 2010 | By European Pharmaceutical Review

A diverse and widely applicable laboratory technique, qPCR is vital for the progression of drug discovery, enabling detection and quantification and commonly used for both diagnostic and basic research. This roundtable brings together experts from a wide range of pharmaceutical applications to discuss current technologies and future applications of qPCR…


Digital polymerase chain reaction; new diagnostic opportunities

22 February 2010 | By

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Article 5: qPCR data analysis – Amplification plots, Cq and normalisation

9 October 2009 | By

A pivotal attraction of qPCR technology is its apparent lack of complication; an assay consisting of the simple procedure of combining oligonucleotides, PCR mastermix buffer and nucleic acid template to produce a qPCR reaction is perceived as undemanding. This practical simplicity is complemented by the absence of any requirement for…