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NEW YORK (GenomeWeb) – Bio-Techne and NanoString Technologies said today that they are partnering to create a workflow for spatial genomics research uniting Bio-Techne's RNAscope reagent portfolio with NanoString's GeoMx RNA assays and digital spatial profiling instrument.

Under the terms of the agreement, NanoString and Bio-Techne will develop, validate, and comarket protocols that combine RNAscope reagents and GeoMx assays. In addition, NanoString will provide RNAscope research services through its GeoMx DSP Technology Access Program.

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