New Products: NanoString's nCounter Elements General Purpose Reagents | GenomeWeb

NanoString Technologies this week announced the availability of nCounter Elements, general purpose reagents developed for translational research and clinical laboratories.

The reagents rely on the company's digital molecular barcoding chemistry. Users can use the reagents to assemble their own customized assays using standard sets of barcodes provided by NanoString and probes that they can purchase independently from an oligonucleotide manufacturer, the company said.

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