Guiding our PCR experiments

When Mary Alikian, a clinical scientist and “part-time PhD student” at Imperial College London, began her doctoral research, she decided to use digital PCR (dPCR). Alikian, who was interested in investigating RNA biomarkers associated with chronic myelogenous leukemia, quickly realized she had a problem though: no one in the lab had experience with dPCR, so no one could teach her how to do it correctly. “I had no clue what things I should consider and what things I should not.” Read more at BioTechniques. (PDF)

~ by jeffreyperkel on May 12, 2015.

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