Real-Time PCR (RT PCR), or quantitative PCR (QPCR), is a DNA sequence detection and quantitation method extensively used for DNA copy number detection, gene expression, SNP genotyping, adventitious agent detection, and many other applications in the fields of genomics research, drug R&D, and biologics testing. Equipped with the state-of-art ABI 7900 HT Sequence Detection System, Avance Biosciences offers both Real-Time PCR or End-Point PCR assays.

Absolute Quantitation Assay Real-time PCR assay with absolute quantitation determined via a Standard Curve.
Relative Quantitation Assay This real-time PCR assay determines the fold-changes of the expression level of a gene relative to a calibrator or normalizing sample.
Allelic Discrimination Assay End-point PCR assay used to determine the genotype (homozygotes or heterozygotes)   of samples.
Plus/Minus Assay End-point PCR assay used to determine the presence or absence of a specific target sequence in a sample.


When you partner with Avance Biosciences, we give you undivided attention, share our experience and knowledge, and respond to your needs in a timely manner. Contact our technical staff to discuss how we can support you in your project!


Dedication to Quality

Dedication To Quality

The Avance Biosciences team is committed to strict adherence to cGMP and GLP regulations enacted by the US, European, Japanese, and other international regulatory agencies.

Extensive Experience

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Our team has extensive knowledge and experience working with scientists, QA/QC professionals, and project managers from over 100 pharmaceutical and biotechnology companies and organizations throughout the world.

Open Communication

Open Communication

Transparency and integrity are two of our core values. Our well-trained, friendly, and professional study directors and project managers strive to complete your projects on-time with open communication channels and to your specifications.

Cutting Edge Science

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Avance Biosciences’ cGMP/GLP compliant genomic and microbial assays make use of the advanced technologies including real-time PCR, ddPCR, Sanger sequencing, next-gen sequencing, Southern blot, and more.