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Digital PCR Providing A Sensitive And Absolute Calibration For DNA Sequencing

Researchers in Stephen Quake's lab have developed a digital PCR method that does not require large amounts of the DNA sample, nor does it require the preparation of a standard curve. The assay allows quantitation while eliminating uncertainties associate...
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Methods for Representation and Application of Complex Analyses on Large Sets of Multiparameter Data

This invention is a method for applying multiple discrete analyses to one or more data sets. It encompasses features derived from the application of three interrelated concepts to address the needs of analysis of multiple complex multiparameter datasets....
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