The iCS-digital TM test increasingly used in published work, here in Nature Communications

The iCS-digital TM test was used to evaluate the genomic integrity of hiPSCs in the work published by Neri et al. in Nature Communications in April 2019: "Human pre-valvular endocardial cells derived from pluripotent stem cells recapitulate cardiac pathophysiological valvulogenesis".

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Digital PCR-based assay: an answer to chromosomal abnormality

Digital PCR, also known as dPCR, was first described by Sykes et al. in 1992 (Sykes et al., n.d.), and although it has been around for a while, it is not as widely practiced as qPCR worldwide. Qualified as a “robust technique”, those who have made the switch appreciate the precision and sensitivity it offers. Particularly relevant for certain fields, it has emerged as a reliable technique for quantifying target sequences and identifying rare variants. It was therefore a logical choice for Stem Genomics’ founders back in 2018.

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