NuGen and Caliper to Co-develop Automated Library Construction for Next-Gen Sequencing | GenomeWeb

This story was originally published Jan. 27.

NuGen Technologies and Caliper Life Sciences said last week that they will co-develop automated methods for sample prep on Caliper's Sciclone NGS Workstation.

The partners aim to enable automatic processing from a wide range of sample types, such as nucleic acids extracted from sorted cells, fine needle aspirates, formalin-fixed paraffin embedded tissue, and other limited or degraded clinical samples.

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