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SensiFAST(TM) Genotyping Kit Exceed the Limit

Published: Thursday, November 29, 2012
Last Updated: Thursday, November 29, 2012
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Bioline, The PCR Company, a wholly-owned subsidiary of Meridian Bioscience, Inc., announced the worldwide release of SensiFAST Genotyping Kit.

Bioline's SensiFAST Genotyping Kit has been developed for fast, precise, and highly reproducible genotyping of sequence variants, including loci with type IV SNPs. With outstanding allele clustering, the SensiFAST Genotyping Kit gives exceptional confidence in genotype calling with probe-based real-time PCR SNP detection applications. The kit has been validated on all commonly used instruments and features fast protocol times, making it ideal for high-throughput workflows.

Marco Calzavara, President of Bioline commented, "I am delighted to announce the release of another new research tool as part of the SensiFAST family, our rapidly expanding real-time PCR range. Bioline is dedicated to increasing the applications of our industry-leading real-time PCR portfolio tools. The SensiFAST Genotyping Kit will enable researchers to cost-effectively scan DNA from a variety of biological samples to detect the smallest genetic variations among samples."

Richard L. Eberly, President of Meridian Life Science, Inc., stated, "The release of the SensiFAST Genotyping Kit is part of a new generation of products to advance the rapidly expanding portfolio of highly specialized molecular biology reagents from Bioline. We remain committed to our life science customers to bring innovation and quality products to the research lab, clinical diagnostic laboratories, and biotechnology companies."


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