As DNA Sequencing Revenues Plummet, ABI Refreshes its Prism Product Line from 2000 | GenomeWeb

With sales from its DNA sequencing cash cow falling to a three-year low, Applied Biosystems on Tuesday launched a new line of genetic analyzers for low- to medium-throughput labs, refreshing a product line that predated even the company’s name.

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