NEW YORK (GenomeWeb) – Singapore-based JN Medsys has signed an agreement with Japanese life science supplier LMS to distribute its Clarity digital PCR platform in Japan.

The JN Medsys Clarity digital PCR platform processes 96 reactions in four hours using a "chip-in-a-tube" format in a consumable called a tube strip. The PCR mix is subdivided into 10,000 partitions by a high-density chip within each tube, and the partitioning is accomplished in one minute and without multiple pipetting steps, according to the company.

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