TATAA Biocenter to Work with Takara Bio on qPCR Training; Offer Roche qPCR Assays | GenomeWeb

This story has been updated from a previous version to include information about the agreement between TATAA Biocenter and Roche.

Quantitative PCR service provider TATAA Biocenter will collaborate with Takara Bio Europe on qPCR training and will begin offering custom Roche qPCR assays under separate agreements announced today.

As part of its collaboration with Takara Bio Europe, TATAA and Takara will offer free educational webinars on real-time PCR for academic and industrial researchers and laboratory technicians.

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