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Bioo Scientific has launched Nextflex-96 DNA Barcodes, which will allow 96 samples to be multiplexed into a single flow cell lane on Illumina sequencing platforms. Each of the adapters contains a unique 8-nucleotide sequence, and is added to the sample during the adapter ligation step. The barcodes can be used on genomic DNA, RNA, and in making ChIP sequencing libraries, according to the company.

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