Life Tech Preps 200-Base Read Kit, Other Improvements for Ion PGM; Will Eliminate ePCR for 5500 | GenomeWeb

By Monica Heger

This story was originally published Oct. 14.

MONTREAL ― Life Technologies has launched a number of improvements for its Ion Torrent PGM and is planning several more products that will improve the speed and throughput of its benchtop sequencer, company officials said last week at the combined International Congress of Human Genetics/American Society of Human Genetics meeting here.

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