Maximizing Droplet Digital PCR data quality for biopharmaceutical excellence

Many people have heard about the power of digital PCR (dPCR), but some may not be accessing the massive potential of this technology. Some dPCR instruments produce data that is error prone and difficult to read, hindering rather than enhancing crucial experiments for cell and gene therapy development and manufacturing. In this webinar, Frank Bizouarn, market development manager from the Digital Biology Group at Bio-Rad, will describe the characteristics of ideal dPCR data, potential causes and consequences of poor data, and strategies for maintaining diligence and avoiding pitfalls.

Key learning objectives

  • Learn what ‘good dPCR data’ looks like
  • Understand common dPCR problems that produce poor data
  • Discover how Droplet Digital PCR (ddPCR) overcomes some of these challenges to produce superior data

Who should attend?

  • Biopharma scientists who want to implement dPCR in their biomanufacturing workflows or who already use dPCR but want to improve the sensitivity, precision, and accuracy of their results.

Certificate of attendance

All webinar participants can request a certificate of attendance, including a learning outcomes summary, for continuing education purposes.


Frank Bizouarn
Frank Bizouarn
<p>Bio-Rad Laboratories</p>
Lawrence Howes
Lawrence Howes
Editorial Assistant, SelectScience