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Qiagen subsidiary SABiosciences has launched several new RT2 Profiler PCR Arrays.

The new arrays cover gene expression profiling in nephrotoxicity and hepatotoxicology, embryonic stem cell markers, and analysis of epigenetic modulators and enzymes.

The company said that the RT2 Profiler arrays provide gene expression data within three hours and are composed of PCR Array plates, the RT2 first strand kit, RT2 SYBR Green Master Mix, and free PCR Array data analysis software.

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