Trinean Inks Deal for Bayer CropScience's Molecular Breeding Program | GenomeWeb

NEW YORK (GenomeWeb News) – Trinean will supply to Bayer CropScience its DropSense96, Xpose droplet readers, and cDrop spectral analysis software under a long-term agreement announced today.

Bayer CropScience will use the technologies for "high-throughput quantification and quality control of isolated biomolecules to assure robust outcome of genetic tests in its molecular breeding program," Trinean said. Its Xpose instrument is for biomolecule quantification, while its DropSense96 instrument offers dye-free quantification of DNA, RNA, or protein samples.

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