Febit Launches RT-Analyzer in Munich, Plans to Introduce Catalog Arrays in Q2 | GenomeWeb
Febit Biotech this week launched its RT-Analyzer, a less-expensive benchtop version of its Geniom One platform that the company hopes will expand its installed base among array users both in its European home market as well as North America.
In addition, Febit plans to expand its presence in the catalog-array market. So far the company has offered its own microRNA biochips as catalog products. Now the company plans to debut 14 separate catalog arrays by this summer.

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