Environment Monitoring

Microbiome monitoring in environment samples like wastewater, soil or air. Environmental DNA (eDNA) analysis for biodiversity or invasive species inspection.

There is a wide variety of pathogenic microorganisms in the environment, which are closely associated with the spread of many infectious diseases and type. Therefore, it is of practical importance to regularly detect the dynamics of pathogenic microorganisms in the environment (types, numbers, trends, etc.).

Traditional detection methods are artificial culture or cell culture of pathogens, and these methods are not only labor-intensive, material and financial resources, but also have poor accuracy.

Digital PCR technology is applied to environmental monitoring with the characteristics of rapid, sensitive, accurate, simple and specific, and is widely used in the monitoring of environmental pollution in water, gas and soil, etc. PCR technology has far-reaching significance for environmental protection.