Clinical Data’s Cogenics Group Installs Protedyne's Robotics System for qPCR and Sequencing Automation | GenomeWeb
NEW YORK (GenomeWeb News) - Clinical Data said today that its Cogenics services business has installed a Radius Automation from Protedyne for use in qPCR and CLIA sequencing services.
 
Clinical Data's Cogenics unit develops GLP-validated research assays for genotyping, sequencing, qPCR and gene expression research. The group was demarcated as a distinct business unit last year when Clinical Data restructured its operations into three divisions.
 

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