NEW YORK (GenomeWeb) – Belgian software developer UgenTec is now offering software that uses artificial intelligence-based machine learning for end-point PCR analysis, such as SNP calling.

UgenTec is currently targeting the software, called FastTyper, at the ag-bio sector but said that it may also be useful in clinical labs. The firm has also supported a recent evaluation that found its flagship PCR workflow product, FastFinder, can save labs up to 90 percent of analysis time. 

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