For DPCR laser
Digital PCR: It is the third generation of PCR technology, an absolute quantification technology of nucleic acid molecules. Compared with traditional qPCR technology, digital PCR (dPCR) has the following characteristics: absolute quantification, no standard products, low sample requirements, high sensitivity, and high tolerance.
Digital PCR generally includes two parts, namely PCR amplification and fluorescence signal analysis. In the PCR amplification stage, digital PCR generally requires the sample to be diluted to a single molecule level, and evenly distributed among tens to tens of thousands of units for reaction, and a specific laser is used to excite the fluorescent signal in the channel. After the amplification is completed, the fluorescence signal of each reaction unit is statistically analyzed, and finally the original concentration or content of the sample is calculated by direct counting or Poisson distribution formula.
For DPCR laser performance
• High power stability
• Excellent optical performance
• Easy to maintain
• Intelligent control
• The whole machine/components are optional
• Free-space / Fiber-coupling
• Single-wavelength/Multi-wavelength optional