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Diagenode has launched two new models of its Bioruptor sonicator. The digital Bioruptor UCD300 has been optimized for use in next-generation sequencing, and the Bioruptor UCD500 is aimed at high-throughput laboratories.

The Bioruptor can shear up to 48 samples of DNA or chromatin simultaneously, using a proprietary and gentle ultrasound mechanism. The company said that it provides protocols to create DNA library size distributions that fit the specifications of several commercial sequencing vendors.

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