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Agilent launches new thermal cycler for DNA research

6th April 2011

Agilent Technologies has launched a new multipurpose thermal cycler that offers greater flexibility and speed when conducting DNA research.

The SureCycler 8800 is a modular system that combines high speed and high volume, meaning scientists will not be required to choose between these two attributes.

It is an intuitively-designed device that provides user-friendly software, a touchscreen interface and compatibility with both 96-well and 384-well microtiter plates.

Other features of this latest addition to the company's polymerase chain reaction solutions portfolio include its temperature gradient capability, which does not interfere with its market-leading uniformity.

Carolyn Reifsnyder, marketing director for QPCR, PCR and Bioreagents at Agilent's genomics division, said: "We remain committed to driving innovation in life science research with complete customer-focused solutions."

Last month, the company announced that it will be working with the National University of Singapore on new research into diseases, focusing on the area of analytical lipidomics.ADNFCR-8000103-ID-800489821-ADNFCR

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