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NEW YORK (GenomeWeb) – Clinical lab supply firm Streck has launched a second-generation version of its Philisa PCR platform and will debut the system at the American Society of Human Genetics annual meeting next week.

A first generation version of the instrument was launched four years ago and continues to be available.

The second generation Philisa is "the real-time version of that instrument," Chris Connelly, manager of Streck’s molecular division, told GenomeWeb.

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