NEW YORK, April 3 – Caliper and Agilent Technologies have launched the DNA 1000 LabChip kit, a new microfluidics product that performs automated analysis of DNA fragments to determine fragment size and concentration, the companies said. 

The DNA LabChip 1000, which is designed for precise analysis of PCR products and restriction digest fragments of between 25 and 1000 base pairs in length, is selling for $355, and will begin shipping on May 1, the companies said.

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