IntegenX and NuGen Will Automate Sequencing Sample Prep Workflows | GenomeWeb

This story was originally published on April 7.

IntegenX and NuGen Technologies will collaborate to automate NuGen's next-gen sequencing sample prep workflows on IntegenX's Apollo series systems, the companies said today.

Under the terms of the agreement, NuGen's Ovation RNA-seq kit will be the first to be automated on the Apollo 324 system and will be available commercially this year. The financial terms were not disclosed.

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