NEW YORK (GenomeWeb News) – Tataa Biocenter today announced a deal to distribute Polyclone Bioservices' ePrime desktop application.

Tataa will also introduce the qPCR primer and probe design application in its qPCR courses as part of the deal.

ePrime allows for intuitive primer design experience "by adopting recent technology advancements in its new version (4.0) to highlight meaningful and valuable aspects of primer design," Göteborg, Sweden-based Tataa said.

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