Sigma Life Science to Roll out First Pre-Designed qPCR Products Later This Year | GenomeWeb

Sigma Life Science, a division of Sigma Aldrich, is attempting to increase its share of the qPCR market by introducing for the first time pre-designed qPCR products to complement the custom product design work that has comprised the core of its business for the past several years.

As part of the rollout, SLS will launch its first pre-designed products — forward and reverse qPCR primer pairs for all human, mouse, and rat genes — in the late summer or early fall of this year, company officials said.

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