Gene Expression Using Droplet Digital PCR
Course #2 of the Fundamentals of Digital PCR Series
As we continue to fine refine cause/effect analyses using Gene Expression, ddPCR offers a set of unique analysis parameters that allow researchers to push these boundaries further and further. Accurate absolute quantification (without standards), tolerance to inhibition, simplified analysis, and higher order multiplexing… to name a few will help you generate Gene Expression analysis results that are much more impactful.
This chapter focuses on Gene Expression and covers ddPCR assay design, migration of assays onto ddPCR, reverse transcription, multiplexing and normalization considerations, and describes best practices in data analysis in relation to gene expression.
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Welcome to Introduction to Gene Expression Using Digital PCR
How to use this course
Meet the instructor
Assay Design Considerations
Prep & RT Considerations
This course is designed for people who want to have a fundamental understanding of digital PCR.
This class should take approximately 1 hour to complete.
Once all sections of this course have been completed a certificate with your name and course name will be available for download.
There are six classes in the Fundamentals of Digital PCR series. Our scientists are working hard to build more courses, please stayed tune for updates.