Product Watch: IDT's PrimerQuest; Hamilton Robotics' PCR Setup STARLet | GenomeWeb

Integrated DNA Technologies has launched an enhanced version of the open access PrimerQuest online tool for PCR primer and probe design.

The new version features optimized selection parameters with built-in presets for a diverse range of applications, IDT said. The tool also features expanded compatibility with multiple sequence entry formats, and a more intuitive user interface, which help streamline the process of setting up a PCR or qPCR experiment, the company said.

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