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NEW YORK – Qiagen and Gilson have entered into a strategic partnership intended to provide researchers with the ability to limit operator-independent variation in manual nucleic acid extraction results and improve workflow traceability.

The partners will specifically integrate Gilson's Trackman Connected digital bench tools and Qiagen's manual nucleic acid extraction kits to create consistency between collaborators, increase confidence in their execution of extraction protocols, and improve traceability at the bench, Gilson said.

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