qPCR Grows Up

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It's been 26 years and one Nobel prize since the light bulb went off over Kary Mullis' head to usher in the age of PCR. An offshoot of that research-changing approach, quantitative PCR, is reaching its stride in its own right. qPCR has grown up and come into its own as a gold standard in quantifying gene expression.

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