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Agilent Technologies has introduced SureSelect DNA Capture Arrays for selecting genomic areas of interest for sequencing. The arrays are designed for small-scale studies and complement Agilent’s in-solution SureSelect Target Enrichment System. They are based on collaborative work with Greg Hannon’s lab at Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory. The arrays can be customized and purchased individually, according to the company.

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