By Ben Butkus

Part one of a two-part series. Part two can be found here.

Digital PCR, a version of quantitative real-time PCR that allows for much more sensitive and precise nucleic acid measurements, may be on the verge of becoming nearly as ubiquitous as its predecessor thanks to the integration of empowering nanoscale and microfluidic technologies.

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