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NanoString Technologies this week launched an assay for detecting genetic copy number variations associated with disease susceptibility, drug response, and cancer progression.

The nCounter Copy Number Variation CodeSets enable researchers to interrogate up to 800 regions of the human genome in a single multiplexed reaction. More specifically, the CodeSets allow researchers to perform the functional equivalent of 9,600 qPCR reactions with an estimated 25 minutes of hands-on time, the Seattle-based firm claimed.

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