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Caliper Life Sciences this week launched the LabChip Dx system for use in the development of molecular diagnostic tests.

The LabChip Dx platform enables the simultaneous analysis of up to ten different analytes in a single sample, the company said.

The system uses Caliper's microfluidic technology, which allows users to analyze large quantities of multiplex samples, as well as avoid additional purification and dilution steps that are usually necessary with diagnostic PCR products.

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