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Isothermal DNA Amplification - Sample to Answer in < 15 minutes
Douglas Scientific

The Nexar Optimized for Isothermal DNA Amplification is fully automated providing walk away time. Achieve high throughput with inline sample and reagent handling, incubation and detection. Go from sample to answer in 15 minutes or less. Miniaturized reaction volumes of 1.6 uL (800 nL sample, 800 nL assay) will save up to 80-90% on reagents while increasing throughput to hundreds of thousands of data points in a day. Combined with high quality, repeatable data, this platform is the optimum solution.

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