This article updates an earlier version that incorrectly reported that the companies are co-developing PCR instruments.
 
NEW YORK (GenomeWeb News) — Finnzymes Instruments yesterday said it plans to use “core competencies” from Sage Science to develop a line of programmable instruments to be used in “key processes upstream and downstream analysis of PCR and qPCR applications.”

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