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NEW YORK (GenomeWeb) – Laboratory instrument manufacturer Douglas Scientific has launched a fully automated, high-throughput platform that supports RT-qPCR, end-point PCR, and isothermal nucleic acid amplification.

Called the IntelliQube, the platform is compatible with many different chemistries and probes, and offers five detection channels to support multiplexing. It integrates liquid handling, thermal cycling, detection, and data analysis, and runs using an upgraded version of the firm's patented consumable, Array Tape.

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