Agilent, Rubicon Genomics Ink Supply Agreement for Amplification Kits | GenomeWeb

NEW YORK (GenomeWeb) – Rubicon Genomics announced today that it has signed a supply agreement with Agilent Technologies for Rubicon's PicoPlex WGA kits. 

The kits, which can be used in microarray analyses as well as in PCR assays, will be sold with Agilent's GenetiSure Pre-Screen kit, which is used for comprehensive genome-wide analysis of embryos, including aneuploidy analysis of all 24 chromosomes. 

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