Roche Integrates LightCycler With Protedyne's Radius Robot; Firms to Co-Market Products | GenomeWeb
NEW YORK (GenomeWeb News) — Roche Diagnostics yesterday said it has integrated its LightCycler PCR instrument with Protedyne’s bench-top robotics system to help enable high-throughput PCR applications.
 
Roche said the companies also signed a global co-marketing agreement to offer the combined platform to their customers.
 
Under the collaboration, Roche’s LightCycler 480 and Protedyne’s Radius system have been integrated to provide an automated system for tailored throughput.
 

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