Qx200 Droplet Digital PCR (ddPCR) System
The QX200 Droplet Digital PCR (ddPCR™) System provides absolute quantification of target DNA or RNA molecules for EvaGreen or probe-based digital PCR applications.
Benefits of the QX200 Droplet Digital PCR System
Most precise and sensitive digital PCR solution for a wide variety of applications
Flexible digital PCR chemistry — optimized for TaqMan Hydrolysis Probe and EvaGreen Assays
Flexible assay setup — scalable for high sensitivity or high throughput
Simple and easy-to-use workflow with 96-sample throughput
Droplet partitioning by the QX200 Droplet Digital technology reduces bias from amplification efficiency and PCR inhibitors
Convenient assay design — standard curves are not required
See performance data for the QX200 Droplet Digital PCR System. ddPCR instrument control and analysis are performed by QuantaSoft™ Software.
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Applications of the QX200 Droplet Digital PCR System
Cancer biomarker studies and copy number variation :
Measure varying degrees of cancer mutations, detect rare DNA target copies, and resolve copy number variation states with superior sensitivity and resolution.
Pathogen detection :
Employ the extreme precision of the QX200 System to quantify small fold changes in target DNA or RNA molecules in pathogen detection and monitoring.
Next generation sequencing :
Perform accurate quantification and qualification of NGS libraries without the use of a standard curve.
Gene expression analysis
Achieve reliable and reproducible measurements of small fold changes for low abundance of mRNA and miRNA.
Environmental monitoring :
Test a wide variety of environmental samples like soil and water using the QX200 System.
Food testing :
Perform routine evaluation of genetically modified organisms (GMO) using validated ddPCR methods.