Roche this week launched its CE IVD marked MagNA Pure 96 System for automated nucleic acid sample preparation.

The MagNA Pure 96 System is able to purify a broad spectrum of human samples and offers laboratory information management system connectivity for safer and more convenient data transfer. The system also provides ready-to-use reagents and uses a minimal number of consumables to purify nucleic acids from up to 96 clinical samples in less than 60 minutes.

Roche launched the IVD version of MagNA Pure 96 in the US in 2011.

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