SeqWright Partners with RainDance to Expand Targeted Sequencing Services | GenomeWeb

This article was originally published July 1.

Genomic service provider SeqWright said last week that it has partnered with RainDance Technologies to offer the company's microdroplet-based RainStorm PCR technology for target enrichment with its sequencing services.

SeqWright CEO Fei Lu told In Sequence that the firm expects to receive a RainDance RDT 1000 instrument this week or next and will offer target amplification services on the platform in conjunction with both SOLiD 4 and 454 sequencing.

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