By a GenomeWeb staff reporter

NEW YORK (GenomeWeb News) – Labcyte and Qiagen today announced that they have teamed up to offer Qiagen's FlexiPlate siRNA reagent libraries on Labcyte's Echo microplates.

The microplates are used on Labcyte's Echo liquid handler to miniaturize the transfer of small interfering RNA reagents. The Echo liquid handler uses acoustic energy to move fluids without physical contact, reducing the possibility of cross-contamination.

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