NEW YORK (GenomeWeb) – Belgian instrument maker Trinean today announced that the UK Biobank has chosen the firm's DropSense96 droplet reader to quantify molecules during the DNA extraction stage of a large genotyping project.

The DropSense96, a multichannel spectrophotometer for spectral analysis of microliter droplets, quantifies biological molecules such as DNA, RNA, and proteins. The instrument measures DNA concentration and purity to find high-quality samples to be genotyped.

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