Quantitative polymerase chain reaction, or “qPCR”, is considered the “second generation” of PCR and was first described in 1992. The past three decades have seen significant advances in qPCR technology, making it more sensitive, reproducible, cost-effective, and high throughput.
Download this list to learn about eight of the latest advances in qPCR that continue to broaden the depth and scope of this technology, including:
- Innovations in qPCR reagents and instrumentation
- The advent of digital PCR
- Improvements in qPCR data analysis tools