Thermo Fisher Unveils Pair of Compact Thermal Cyclers from Finnzymes Buy | GenomeWeb

By Ben Butkus

Thermo Fisher Scientific this week unveiled a pair of thermal cyclers that it obtained as part of its acquisition of Finnish molecular biology company Finnzymes earlier this year.

The first platform, the Piko thermal cycler, had been commercially available from Finnzymes prior to the acquisition, but is for the first time being sold under the Thermo Fisher brand through the company's sales channels, a product manager said this week.

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