Global Quantitative and dPCR Instrumentation and Consumables Purchasing Trends

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The primary objective of this research is to identify trends for quantitative polymerase chain reaction (PCR) techniques, specifically the use of nascent digital PCR (dPCR) technology in comparison with the mature real-time quantitative PCR (qPCR) technology. The research strives to compare differences of current and future use between qPCR and dPCR; identify dPCR and dPCR technology brand use and future use trends; evaluate currently used qPCR and dPCR technology brands; identify influential factors contributing to qPCR and dPCR instrument selection; and determine for which applications and reactions researchers use qPCR and qPCR technologies.

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Global Quantitative and dPCR Instrumentation and Consumables Purchasing Trends, PCR Purchasing Trends: Opportunities Within Organizations GloballyIntroductionResearch Background, Objectives, Methods and FirmographicsExecutive SummaryExecutive Summary and ImplicationsThe Impact of Digital PCR and Real-time PCRDigital PCR and Real-time PCRQuantitative (Real-time) PCR Usage DetailsQuantitative PCR UsageQuantitative (Real-time) PCR Applications and Reactions DetailsQuantitative PCR Applications and ReactionsDigital PCR Usage and Future Intention DetailsDigital PCR Usage and Future IntentionThe Frost & Sullivan StoryThe Frost & Sullivan Story




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