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Fluidigm this week launched 5-kilobase and 10-kilobase long-range PCR protocols for its Access Array System. Access Array, launched last year, enables users to amplify up to 48 samples per array for use in targeted resequencing applications. The availability of long-range PCR will allow researchers to enrich more sequence per sample, Fluidigm said.

The company said that the new protocols offer the capability to enrich up to 240 kb per sample and 11.5 megabases per array, or 480 kb and 23 Mb per array, respectively, from 48 samples at a time.

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