New Products: Ion Torrent's AmpliSeq Panels; Agilent's HaloPlex System | GenomeWeb

Ion Torrent has launched AmpliSeq Custom Panels and AmpliSeq Designer for targeted resequencing. AmpliSeq Designer is an online tool that will allow users to custom order panels for sequencing on the Ion Torrent PGM.

The customized panels require 10 nanograms of input DNA, can include up to 1,536 amplicons per tube, and can target between 1 kilobase to 250 kilobases, according to the company.

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