Broad Institute to Use Fluidigm Access Array for Targeted Resequencing | GenomeWeb

This article was originally published on May 25.

Fluidigm said today that the Broad Institute has purchased an Access Array system to automate sample prep for targeted resequencing.

Access Array enhances the capabilities of next-generation sequencing platforms by allowing the preparation of several sample libraries in parallel, Fluidigm said. The multiplexed system enables parallel amplification of 48 samples — the equivalent of 48 sequencing libraries — in a few hours, according to the company.

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