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qPCR's Steady Advance Delivers New Applications
Higher Throughput and More Sensitive Techniques Keep Workhorse Tool at the Forefront
- After more than 25 years of use, PCR remains a workhorse in molecular biology. New applications, new reporter chemistries, and advancing microfluidics will usher in higher throughput and more sensitive PCR techniques, believes Salvatore Marras, Ph.D., and professor, Public Health Research Institute, University of Medicine and Dentistry of New ...
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