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Applied Biosystems this week launched Arabidopsis and Drosophila TaqMan Gene Expression Assays, the company said in a statement. The Real-time PCR assays are based on "well-characterized" transcripts in the US National Center for Biological Information Reference Sequence Project database, ABI said. The Arabidopsis assays include 95,000 probe-and-primer sets for approximately 26,000 genes, while the Drosophila assays include 38,000 sets for approximately 13,000 genes, the company said.

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