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Zymark Sells Mini-Staccato Platform to Oklahoma University Genomics Center

NEW YORK, June 24 - Zymark said today it has sold one of its Mini-Staccato automated workstations to a genomics lab at the University of Oklahoma.

 

The Advanced Center for Genome Technology will use the platform, which includes liquid and microplate handler,  to automate more than 10,000 individual DNA sequencing templates per day.

 

Genome sequencing at the ACGT, run by Bruce Roe, is part of the Human Genome Project and the Medicago Truncatula Project, funded by the Noble Foundation.

 

Visit the company's web site for more information.

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