Elchrom, Biotium Partner on Pre-cast Gels for HLA Typing | GenomeWeb

By a GenomeWeb staff reporter

NEW YORK (GenomeWeb News) – Biotium's GelRed will be incorporated into Elchrom Scientific's pre-cast gels for HLA typing and sold globally as part of an agreement announced by the companies today.

Switzerland-based Elchrom develops materials and methods for separating nucleic acids. The HLA Ready-to-Use Gels with GelRed are the first of its kind to be stained with GelRed and offers eight-channel capability for up to 96 sample testing simultaneously within seven minutes, it said.

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