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Olink Genomics has released six gene panel kits from its Selector Technology line for targeted resequencing.

The new kits enrich the coding regions for genes involved in cell signaling pathways. According to the company, the technology allows multiplex amplification of thousands of genomic fragments in one tube, and provides close to 100 percent specificity on target alignment, which makes it suitable for clinical applications. Additionally, the kits are compatible with all next-generation sequencing platforms.

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