Applied Biosystems, Bruker Daltonics, Eppendorf, Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory | GenomeWeb

Applied Biosystems will launch its 3130 and 3130xl Genetic Analyzers for low- to medium-throughput laboratories this week at the American Society of Human Genetics Annual Meeting in Toronto. The new analyzers replace the ABI Prism 3100 and 3100-Avant Genetic Analyzers. The new analyzers provide enhanced automation, faster turnaround times, higher reliability, and higher data quality than previous-generation technologies, ABI said. The 3130 analyzer is a four-capillary system, and the 3130xl analyzer is a 16-capillary system.

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