Seegene Fully Discloses New Multiplex qPCR Tech; Launches New Molecular Tests | GenomeWeb

Seegene this week fully unveiled its newest technology, a PCR chemistry that may enable real-time PCR-based detection and quantification of up more than 20 analytes from a single sample and in a single tube using existing multiplex-enabled thermal cyclers.

Seegene also unveiled four new molecular diagnostic assays – for respiratory viral pathogens, human papillomavirus, tuberculosis, and sexually transmitted disease — based on the new technology.

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