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Highly sensitive cancer mutation profiling and single-cell genomics research using Bio-Rad's Droplet Digital? technology presented at ASHG 2016

(Chempetitive Group) Scientists will present research demonstrating the use of Bio-Rad's Droplet Digital technology for highly accurate copy number quantification, mutation detection, and single-cell sequencing.
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