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NanoString Technologies said this week that it has increased the throughput of its nCounter Analysis System by expanding its multiplexing capacity to 800 gene transcripts per reaction.

The additional capability enables high-resolution analysis of 250 additional targets from the same amount of sample, NanoString said.

A spokesperson for NanoString said that the increased multiplexing capacity equates to performing 800 quantitative PCR reactions in a single tube with only four pipetting steps.

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