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Rubicon Genomics Reports Surge In 2013 Sales Of Its Nucleic Acid Library Prep Kits
Date:12/23/2013

s with increased throughput. ThruPlex-FD employs a highly efficient, user-friendly process that uses a single tube and requires less than two hours. 

PicoPLEX-WGA Kits amplify DNA to yield a highly reproducible library from single cells with input concentrations as low as 15 picograms, producing DNA for analyses where accuracy and reproducibility are important. The easy-to-use single tube protocol reduces handling errors and background and dramatically improves time to results. The product is used in research and clinical applications and has been widely adopted in IVF pre-implantation screening.

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3. Refined DNase-seq protocol and data analysis reveals intrinsic bias in transcription factor footprint identification. He, Housheng Hansen, et al. Nature Methods (2013) doi:10.1038/nmeth.2762

About Rubicon Genomics
Rubicon Genomics, Inc. is a leader in the development and commercialization of innovative sample-specific nucleic acid library preparation products used in research and clinical testing on NGS, microarray, and q-PCR platforms. The company creates efficient molecular biology tools for genetic, epigenetic and expression analysis of difficult samples to facilitate gene-based research, drug development and diagnostics.  Privately-held Rubicon is located in Ann Arbor, Michigan. For more information, visit rubicongenomics.com.Contacts:

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