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febit First to Offer Newly Published Mouse Genome on a Chip for DNA/RNA Detection and Enrichment
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febit First to Offer Newly Published Mouse Genome on a Chip for DNA/RNA Detection and Enrichment

febit First to Offer Newly Published Mouse Genome on a Chip for DNA/RNA Detection and Enrichment
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febit First to Offer Newly Published Mouse Genome on a Chip for DNA/RNA Detection and Enrichment

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febit holding gmbh has announced the launch of the first biochip on the market covering the newly published whole mouse genome. The biochip from febit enables up-to-date profiling and enrichment of genes and SNPs of interest using Gene Expression Profiling, SNP-Detection, ncRNA analysis as well as targeted enrichment of genes for Next-Generation Sequencing (NGS).

Professor Christian Koerner from the University Hospital for Pediatrics in Heidelberg (Germany) and customer of febit’s new mouse biochip, said: “It will be helpful and an advance for our research to use a whole genome microarray based on the most recent data available which have been published only weeks ago. This array allows the performance of a microarray expression profiling as well as a targeted Next-Generation Sequencing at the current state of the art.”

In the near future, Next-Generation Sequencing technologies will lead to a rising number of completed genomes of model organisms and other species of interest, as demonstrated by the updated mouse genome. This accelerated development will generate a variety of tools available in the short term for the application of the new data into experiments.

febit’s Geniom® Technology represents option for transforming digital genetic sequence information directly into a fully-applicable microarray and sequence capture biochip. The microfluidic biochips and flexible probe synthesis guarantee instant access to the latest sequence updates within only days after publication or request.
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