RNA, microRNA Researchers Comprise One of the Main User Groups of febit's
Simplified and Automated Microarray Technology
MEDFORD, Mass., and HEIDELBERG, Germany, April 22 /PRNewswire/ -- febit holding gmbh today announced it will introduce the Geniom RT Analyzer(R) to the U.S. market at RNAi World Congress, which will take place April 30-May 2 in Boston.
RNA-researchers, one of the main user groups of febit's new device, will benefit from the microarray technology device's high degree of automation and flexibility. In addition, microRNA researchers will enjoy febit's recently released microarray based on Sanger miRBase-Version 11.0.
The latest product in febit's Geniom family, the Geniom RT Analyzer enables the fully automated processing of microarrays on febit's own Geniom biochips. The compact all-in-one device, which employs microfluidics, provides users with high sample throughput, excellent reproducibility, high sensitivity and a variety of applications. In addition, the product's freely programmable and precise temperature control optimizes hybridizations and enables the use of enzymatic reactions directly on the microfluidic array for signal enhancement and primer extension assays.
"We have brought together in one benchtop tool the automation of multiple processes involved with the identification and understanding of how genes work," said Cord Staehler, president and CEO of febit. "This is all about flexibility, control of experiments and time savings. Still, we provide more than a machine with the Geniom RT Analyzer. Our approach is an important combination of tools and talent to help researchers meet their needs. With the demand we're seeing for the Geniom RT Analyzer, we're expanding our U.S. sales and support team as well as moving our lab and training center to a larger facility in the Boston area."
Based on the proven Geniom technology, febit offers microarray
analytics for a broad spectrum of DNA
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