New Products: Fluidigm's Access Array kits; Biomax's Pedant Cloud Service; PacBio's C2 Chemistry | GenomeWeb

Fluidigm has launched a number of sample prep kits for next-generation sequencing.

The company's Access Array Target-Specific Primers, offered as a custom assay design service, are intended for amplicon resequencing on Illumina platforms and have the ability to prepare up to 480 amplicons per sample at a time. Using the primers in conjunction with the Access Array Barcode Library enables 384 samples to be multiplexed in one sequencing run on the Illumina platform, according to the company.

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