Fluidigm, Schott, National Cancer Institute Center for Bioinformatics | GenomeWeb

Fluidigm this week launched its EP1 system for high-throughput SNP genotyping and digital PCR.
 
Using Fluidigm’s dynamic arrays, the system can provide up to 9,216 data points per IFC chip with results in just four hours. The system includes the firm’s IFC Controller, Stand Alone Thermal Cycler and End Point Reader, and can provides over 27,000 genotypes a day.
 

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