Newsletter | October 14, 2020

10.14.20 -- Droplet Digital PCR QXDx BCR-ABL Kit Takes MRD To The Next Level

A New International Standard To Measure DNA

The breadth of digital PCR (dPCR) applications continues to grow and fulfill critical scientific needs. One of the major advantages the technology confers is the ability to count nucleic acid molecules directly, rather than extrapolating quantity based on standard curves. By harmonizing diagnostic procedures on dPCR platforms, the scientific and medical communities can become more coordinated and efficient than ever before.

Counting DNA Molecule By Molecule

Digital PCR is an established nucleic acid (NA) quantification technology that enhances the broad use of PCR across molecular biology laboratories globally through improved precision and accuracy. Organizations that impact the quality of NA measurement and testing, adopted digital PCR early on and have since been pioneering its use for improved accuracy and precision. Molecular counting of NA molecules is the next measurement paradigm.

Bring High Sensitivity And Reproducibility To Your Molecular Assay Testing

The best way to assess complete molecular response (CMR) is with an ultrasensitive molecular assay. The QXDx BCR-ABL %IS Kit elevates chronic myeloid leukemia (CML) monitoring to a new level of reproducibility and precision with the sensitivity of 0.001%IS, MR 5.0 in 4 wells. The BCR-ABL assay delivers a reliable and robust workflow for monitoring leukemia patients.