NEW YORK, June 14 (GenomeWeb News) - Qiagen and Protedyne will collaborate to develop an automated nucleic acid purification system for diagnostic samples, the companies said today.

 

Qiagen, based in Venlo, the Netherlands, will create high-throughput nucleic acid purification procedures for Windsor, Conn.-based Protedyne's BioCube instruments.

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