ASU Lab Develops Emulsion-based Continuous Flow Droplet qPCR for the Deep Sea and Beyond | GenomeWeb

Arizona State University researchers recently published the details of an emulsion-based droplet qPCR platform believed to be the first ever to enable real-time analysis on a continuous-flow system.

Their technology is designed for applications such as repeated sampling and nucleic acid detection in extreme environments, and also provides researchers with somewhat of a blueprint for designing their own droplet-based real-time and digital PCR setups.

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