RainDance Preps Launch of ThunderStorm High-Throughput Target Enrichment Platform | GenomeWeb

By Julia Karow

Anticipating demand for targeted sequencing in large numbers of samples, RainDance Technologies is preparing to launch ThunderStorm, a high-throughput platform for target sequence enrichment that uses its microdroplet-based PCR technology.

ThunderStorm, slated for launch at the American Society of Human Genetics annual meeting in Montreal this month, will allow users to PCR-amplify targets in up to 96 samples within 24 hours in an automated fashion.

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