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  • The results of the above policy are clear: Many customers rely on our products and services on a daily basis and have learned to expect a consistent high quality of our amplification products. Both internal results and co-operations with various customers resulted in a constant stream of innovative product enabling the scientific community to achieve new milestones that were previously not possible:
    • 1990: Introduction of Taq DNA Polymerase

    • 1995: Introduction of the PCR Elisa Technology the first system enabling the non-radioactive detection of PCR products in a microplate format

    • 1995: Introduction of the Expand product family the first blend of thermostable enzymes allowing the amplification of amplicons up to 10 kb

    • 1996: Introduction of the Titan product family until today the most sensitive system for detecting rare messages

    • 1997: Introduction of a ultrapure PCR Grade Nucleotides based upon a new manufacturing process developed at Roche Applied Science

    • 1998: Introduction of the C.
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