NEW YORK (GenomeWeb News) - Eppendorf India has agreed to globally market Polyclone Bioservices' Eprime primer-design software, Polyclone said this week.
 
Polyclone, based in Bangalore, India, said that Eprime is used to design primers for qualitative and quantitative real-time PCR studies, and enables researchers to process and analyze genomic research data.
 
The company said that Eppendorf India will bundle the software with every real-time PCR instrument that it sells.
 

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