Agilent, Sage Science to Co-Promote Sample Prep Systems for NGS Applications | GenomeWeb

Agilent Technologies and Sage Science have signed an agreement to co-market their nucleic acid sample-prep systems, the companies said today.

Under the pact, the companies will co-promote Agilent's 2100 Bioanalyzer, which is used for detecting and quantifying nucleic acids, with Sage's Pippin Prep DNA size-selection system.

Agilent and Sage also said that they will conduct studies to explore use of the systems together in next-generation sequencing applications.

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