NEW YORK, June 11 (GenomeWeb News) - Paris-based Hybrigenics announced on Monday that it is using Montage PCRμ384 and SEQ384 kits from Billerica, Mass.-based Millipore as part of its protein interaction mapping services. The kits use size exclusion as part of a DNA sample preparation method, and will be used to improve the automation process for its high-throughput yeast-2-hybrid assays, according to Hybrigenics.


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