University of Alberta Team Develops Improved Cassette Version of 'In-Gel' PCR Array Technology | GenomeWeb

A team led by researchers from the University of Alberta and spinout Aquila Diagnostic Systems has published a paper demonstrating the latest advances in its gel array-based PCR technology.

Specifically, the scientists have developed a simple, disposable, and inexpensive cassette combining its previously described hydrogel PCR arrays with new "packaging" technology that enables easier delivery of raw sample, creating a platform that is more amenable to point-of-care diagnostic use and mass production.

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