Halo Genomics to Launch Targeted Sequencing Product that Combines Single-Tube Amplification, Library Prep | GenomeWeb

By Julia Karow

Halo Genomics of Uppsala, Sweden, is working on a new product for targeted resequencing that is based on its Selector technology and combines single-tube target amplification and library preparation.

The company is currently looking for a handful of early-access customers to test the product, which it plans to launch in the second quarter, initially for use with the Illumina sequencing platform.

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