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Fluidigm EP1 system and high-throughput SNP genotyping

Jun 16, 2016

Fluidigm's exclusive integrated fluidic circuits (IFCs) empower life science research by automating molecular biology in nanoliter volumes. This means using less sample and reagent, and a single microfluidic device, to achieve the high-quality, consistent results your work depends on. Using an end-point reader, thermal cycler and IFC controllers customized for your throughput requirements, the EP1 system offers the most efficient and economical solution for low- to mid-multiplex SNP genotyping and digital PCR.
The most efficient system for high sample throughput SNP genotyping and other end-point PCR applications also allows for extremely low running costs. Plus, the EP1 system provides the easiest workflow for low- to mid-multiplex SNP genotyping.
Timothy Swaller, director of IT and Genomics at Ceres, discusses using the Fluidigm EP1 System for germplasm diversity analysis, and how the technology fits their needs for rapid discovery, simple workflow, minimal hands-on time, and high accuracy.

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