Agencourt Pens OEM Deal With NuGen for RNAClean | GenomeWeb
NEW YORK (GenomeWeb News) — Agencourt Bioscience will deliver its RNA purification product to NuGen Technologies as part of a newly signed OEM and supply agreement, the firms said today.
 
NuGen said it plans to use Agencourt’s RNAClean in its WT-Ovation RNA amplification system.
 
Sue Pandey, vice president of commercial operations for NuGen, said her company likes Agencourt’s product because “it provides high recovery and can be easily automated in 96- and 384-well formats.”
 

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