NEW YORK (GenomeWeb News) – Norwegian genomics startup Mole Genetics said this week that VWR will distribute its first product – an automated DNA extraction system called GeneMole – in Europe.
GeneMole is a fully automated system capable of running up to 16 samples at a time. The system has a list price of €9,500 ($13,900) and offers similar performance as competing automated systems that can cost more then $50,000, the company said.

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