Invitrogen Hopes to Entice Researchers With Lower-Priced Tube-Based Oligos | GenomeWeb

A year after announcing a collaboration with Illumina to develop and sell new tube-based oligonucleotides, Invitrogen recently launched the first products from that pact. According to the company, a key selling point of the products is their price.

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