Boreal Genomics Launches DNA Purification System; Preps Next-Gen Tech for Clinical, Biopharma Apps | GenomeWeb

By Ben Butkus

Boreal Genomics today announced the full commercial launch of its Aurora nucleic acid purification and concentration system following several months of beta testing by early-access users at various academic institutions and companies.

Boreal is touting the new platform as a tool primarily for use in applied markets such as environmental metagenomics, agricultural biology, and forensics, particularly in samples that are difficult to work with or contain copious PCR inhibitors.

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