NEW YORK, April 26, 2001 - PerkinElmer has introduced a new SNP detection method that uses fluorescence polarization, the company said Thursday.

This company’s new AcycloPrime FP SNP Detection System is a microplate-based assay that does not require washing or separation. The detection system is designed for use with PerkinElmer’s Victor2V fluorescence detection instrument, or other fluorescence detection readers. 

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