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Fluidigm this week launched Access Array, an integrated fluidic circuit designed to support high-throughput re-sequencing, targeted enrichment, sample barcoding, and library preparation for sequencing using amplicon tagging.

The Access Array system consists of IFCs, instruments, and software. The South San Francisco, Calif.-based company said Access Array can process 48 samples against 48 amplicons, providing 2,304 independent reactions at a time.

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