Enzo to Make Next-Gen Branched DNA Platform Available for Array, FISH Use | GenomeWeb

By Justin Petrone

Enzo Biochem will later this year debut a next-generation version of its branched DNA signal amplification technology that it hopes to make available to microarray and fluorescence in situ hybridization users.

Elazar Rabbani, founder and CEO of the New York-based life sciences firm, told BioArray News last week that the firm has overcome limitations in its existing bDNA amplification technology that should make it more attractive, particularly for molecular diagnostics use.

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