Syngenta Buys Two BioTrove OpenArrays for Seed Development Programs | GenomeWeb
NEW YORK (GenomeWeb News) - Syngenta Seeds, a unit of global agricultural technology firm Syngenta, has purchased two BioTrove OpenArray systems for use in its seed development and breeding programs, BioTrove said this week.
Syngenta will use the OpenArray, a genotyping system used in high-throughput qPCR and SNP analysis, at labs in Slater, Iowa, and Toulouse, France, Biotrove said.

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