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Dolomite Bio Nadia Go

Dolomite Bio has launched Nadia Go, a compact microfluidic system for custom microfluidic and genomics research. The company said Nadia Go has a small footprint; has no tubing or polydimethylsiloxane; features single-use chips; and has a semi-automated setup. The new instrument allows users to control parameters such as droplet size, droplet frequency, temperature, agitation, and timing through PC software. Researchers can also observe droplet formation in real-time with Nadia Go's high-speed microscope and camera.

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