BioTrove Beta-Launches its PCR SNP Chip at Tri-Conference, Says Transcript Profiling is Next | GenomeWeb

BioTrove went live last week with a version of its living chip — a nanofluidics system for parallel biological analysis — that can genotype over 3,000 SNPs at a time.

The four-year-old Woburn, Mass., company chose the Molecular Medicine Tri-conference, held last week at San Francisco’s Moscone Convention Center, to launch the chip, in an effort to find beta testers for this application.

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