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Whatman and GenVault Partner for Clone Archiving Product

NEW YORK, Oct. 27 (GenomeWeb News) - Whatman and GenVault will co-develop a clone-archiving plate, the companies said yesterday.


The product, called EasyClone 384 plate, will include Whatman's FTA technology for isolating DNA at room temperature and GenVault's 384-well storage and extraction plate.


GenVault will manufacture the plates, which will be marketed and sold by Whatman. The companies plan to target the plasmid and BAC DNA archiving market with their new product.


Financial terms of the collaboration were not disclosed.

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