Single-molecule PCR work featured in the news story on

Friday, August 16, 2013

Our single-molecule digital PCR paper published on Nucleic Acids Research attracts immediate attention from industrial communities. Dr. Zeng was interviewed by the Editor of PCR Insider, a publication that covers PCR, nucleic acid amplification, and sample prep for research, diagnostics, and applied markets.  This collaborative work has appeared on as a News Story entitled as "Team with UC-Berkeley Ties Looks to Make Bead-based Digital PCR Tech More Widely Available"

The links for the News Story and the research article are below:


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