Promega to Supply Reagents for IntegenX Human DNA ID System | GenomeWeb

This article was originally published on Aug. 3.

IntegenX and Promega said today that IntegenX's forthcoming RapidHit 200 human identification system will include Promega's nucleic acid purification and short tandem repeat amplification reagents under a reagent supply agreement between the companies.

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