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Fluidigm has launched a reusable FR48.48 Dynamic Array integrated fluidic circuit, a reusable biochip for SNP genotyping. Each chip can be used up to five times and is able to produce results for 48 samples across 48 assays for a total of up to 11,520 genotypes over the five uses, Fluidigm said.

The company said that the reusable chip can decrease the cost per genotype by up to 80 percent for ultra-high throughput SNP genotyping customers when compared to its single-use 48.48 Dynamic Array IFC.

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