By Ben Butkus

Scientists from France's Université Paris-Diderot and Centre National de la Recherche Scientifique have created a startup company called Easy Life Science to commercialize a quantitative real-time PCR method that uses electrochemical detection instead of traditional fluorescence-based detection to monitor the amplification of target sequences.

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