ASHG Studies Highlight Diverse Applications for Bio-Rad's ddPCR as Tech Moves Toward Clinical Use | GenomeWeb

NEW YORK (GenomeWeb) – Researchers continue to develop applications for Bio-Rad's Droplet Digital PCR, and the firm last week highlighted three of the 18 presentations at the American Society of Human Genetics that described using the technology.

In an interview, representatives from the company also confirmed that Bio-Rad is in ongoing discussions with the US Food and Drug Administration to pursue 510(k) clearance for an oncology application using ddPCR.

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