By Monica Heger

Last week, NuGen launched a sample prep kit enabling multiplexing of up to 384 samples per sequencing lane for next-gen sequencing on Illumina platforms. The Encore 384 Multiplex System uses the same workflow as its other sample prep systems but has been automated on Caliper's Sciclone NGS Workstation.

NuGen said the new product is an example of its direction for next-gen sequencing sample prep: flexible and automated.

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