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To overcome these challenges, there is a need for new, accurate molecular testing solutions that can detect multiple, difficult and low abundance markers while simultaneously handle large sample volumes and seamlessly integrate into existing lab workflows without the need for substantial equipment investment.
PCR has long been the go-to molecular testing method providing scalability and highly sensitive results. However, it may become impractical or costly for high-throughput projects where broad genomic insight is required, or when there is a need to detect difficult, numerous target sequences in a single sample.
In comparison, NGS approaches excel in discovering novel genes and provide extreme sequence specificity. Yet, the initial equipment costs, ongoing reagent expenses, service fees, training required and turnaround time to results present significant barriers for many labs.
An end-point quantitative PCR technology powered by Nanpixels™, padlock probes and RCA-based molecular counting ensuring single-nucleotide resolution and ultra-sensitivity together with hyperplex capabilities to detect 100+ targets in each well.
How we compare to other technologies
Deeper, Wider, Faster
Labs increasingly need to detect a high number of targets from a single sampleOur Benefit: hpPCR enables ultra-sensitive detection of 100+ targets in a single sample
qPCR/dPCR lacks specificity for difficult targets, requiring lenghty validation of new probesOur Benefit: hpPCR provides NGS-grade specificity for virtually any sequence and fast turnoround from probe design to implementation
NGS requires high investment in new equipment and significant trainingOur Benefit: hpPCR can be adopted within existing routine workflows, without the need for investment in complex or costly instrumentation by using existing thermocyclers and fluorescence readers. Talk with our team to find out how well your equipment already works.
NGS results take days or weeksOur Benefit: hpPCR can deliver results in as fast as 4 hours