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NEW YORK (GenomeWeb) – French firm Stilla Technologies last week unveiled a digital PCR system that uses a unique method of droplet formation and is the first to have three-color capabilities.

The core workflow, called Crystal Digital PCR, uses a consumable called a Sapphire Chip, which is run on a droplet partioning and amplification system called the Naica Geode and read out on a separate instrument called the Naica Prism3.

Stilla unveiled the Naica system at Cambridge Healthtech Institute's Molecular Medicine Tri-Conference last week in San Francisco.

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