In Brief This Week: Caliper Life Sciences; Interleukin Genetics; EMD Millipore; Waters; BioFocus | GenomeWeb

By a GenomeWeb staff reporter

NEW YORK (GenomeWeb News) – Caliper Life Sciences this week said that the UK's Genome Analysis Centre, TGAC, will showcase its instrumentation for automated next-generation sequencing sample preparation and serve as a national reference site. Caliper said it will install at TGAC its NGS Bundle, which consists of its Sciclone NGS Workstation for library construction, the LabChip GX for library quantification and quality control, and the preparative LabChip XT for DNA size selection.

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