Febit to Debut HybSelector Instrument, Disease-Specific Sequence Capture Arrays in 2010 | GenomeWeb

By Justin Petrone

Febit next year plans to expand its menu of products for customers that use its sequence-capture arrays with second-generation sequencers.

Chief Scientific Officer Peer Stähler told BioArray News this week that the Heidelberg, Germany-based firm will launch a new instrument called HybSelector designed specifically for processing the firm's HybSelect sequence-capture arrays.

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