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WaferGen Announces General Availability of Quick-Turnaround SmartChip Custom Panels
Date:1/10/2011

FREMONT, Calif., Jan. 10, 2011 /PRNewswire/ -- WaferGen Biosystems, Inc. (OTC Bulletin Board: WGBS), a leading developer of state-of-the-art genomic analysis systems, today announced general availability of its Quick-Turnaround SmartChip Custom Panels to enable validation studies of specific genes of interest through customization of high-throughput, real-time PCR SmartChip assay panels -- all on a Quick-Turnaround basis.

Using the SmartChip Custom Panels, WaferGen can now offer researchers -- on a Quick Turnaround basis -- their own application-specific real-time PCR assay panel.  Customers can choose from WaferGen's existing library of assays, or have WaferGen develop a panel for them. The WaferGen scientific team will design, optimize, and deliver SmartChip Custom Panels with tens to hundreds of assays repeated across the chip.  Custom panels allow customers to save time and money on real-time PCR validation studies compared to traditional methods by enabling hundreds of samples at a cost of $10s to $100s per sample in a single experiment.  The Quick-Turnaround SmartChip Custom Panels become a valuable tool in enabling researchers to validate biomarkers coming from genome-wide Next Generation Sequencing (NGS) discovery programs.

"We continue to enhance our SmartChip genomics analysis solution with additional gene panel offerings," said Alnoor Shivji, Chairman and CEO.  "Our custom panels with quick turnaround time will enable researchers to conduct large-scale validation studies with unmatched speed and cost advantages.  We now offer the ability to run up to 384 samples on a single SmartChip, offering the maximum flexibility to researchers involved in biomarker validation studies. Combined with our growing breadth of validated gene expression assays, the SmartChip Custom Panels contribute to the SmartChip System becoming an industry-leading
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