UniTaq Bio Seeking Partners for 'Universal' qPCR Tech; Developing MDR-TB Assay with Stanford | GenomeWeb

By Ben Butkus

UniTaq Bio, an early-stage company founded by a former Life Technologies R&D director, recently debuted its flagship technology — a "universal" PCR/qPCR technology that it claims will allow users to detect tens or even hundreds of nucleic acid targets in a single reaction.

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