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By a GenomeWeb staff reporter

NEW YORK (GenomeWeb News) – Luminex and High Throughput Genomics have partnered to develop an integrated assay that Luminex will sell to the gene expression research market.

Luminex said today that the new qBead Gene Expression Assay puts HTG's qNPA chemistry technology on the Luminex xMAP multiplexing platform to create a high-throughput assay with a simplified workflow that requires no extractions, cDNA synthesis, or amplifications, Luminex said today.

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