NEW YORK (GenomeWeb News) – Digilab Genomic Solutions and German firm CyBio will collaborate on the manufacture and distribution of Digilab’s Hummingbird-Plus instrument, Digilab announced today.
 
Under the agreement, Houston-based Digilab will supply Hummingbird dispensing heads and cassettes in 92-well and 384-well formats to CyBio, which will manufacture the instrument. The Hummingbird instrument will integrate Digilab’s heads and cassettes with CyBio’s CyBi-Well automation platform.
 

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