By Ben Butkus

GÖTEBORG, Sweden – Quality control for publication of quantitative PCR data is still severely lacking – and, in the case of high-profile scientific journals such as Nature and Science, it is "absolutely appalling and scandalous" – according to Stephen Bustin, one of the scientists leading the drive to adopt a set of standards intended to guide high-quality and reproducible qPCR experiments within the field.

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