NEW YORK (GenomeWeb News) – Bayer CropScience will use Fluidigm's integrated fluidic circuit (IFC) technologies in its molecular breeding program, Fluidigm said today.

The agricultural branch of Bayer will use Fluidigm's IFC tools under a global, multi-year agreement, for field and vegetable crops, South San Francisco-based Fluidigm said.
Fluidigm's technologies for high-throughput SNP genotyping in molecular breeding projects include the BioMark and the EP1 systems, and its microfluidic-based Dynamic Array.

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