Broad to be Early Access Partner for RainDance Sequencing Application | GenomeWeb
NEW YORK (GenomeWeb News) – RainDance Technologies today said that the Broad Institute will become an early access partner for the firm’s RDT 1000 instrument and Sequence Enrichment Solution.
 
The Broad will have access to the RDT 1000 microfluidics-based instrument, consumables kits, and expert training for sequence enrichment, said RainDance. In addition to its genomic research initiatives, the Broad will investigate using the RDT 1000 for its experiments related to the human microbiome.
 

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