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Transgenomic, (Santa Clara, Calif.) founded this year, recently debuted its WaveTM DNA Fragment Analysis System at the 17th International Congress of Biochemistry and Molecular Biology in San Francisco. The Wave is a high-resolution DNA and RNA analysis system employing a proprietary high-resolution chromatographic matrix (HRMTM) in a column-based format. According to Brian Perry, Vice President, Marketing and Molecular Biology, Research and Development, "The Wave System is configured to be a d

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Transgenomic, (Santa Clara, Calif.) founded this year, recently debuted its WaveTM DNA Fragment Analysis System at the 17th International Congress of Biochemistry and Molecular Biology in San Francisco. The Wave is a high-resolution DNA and RNA analysis system employing a proprietary high-resolution chromatographic matrix (HRMTM) in a column-based format. According to Brian Perry, Vice President, Marketing and Molecular Biology, Research and Development, "The Wave System is configured to be a dedicated molecular biology analysis system. It is also designed to be as hands off as possible."

Transgenomic's WaveTM DNA Fragment Analysis System
The Wave incorporates a Peltier-cooled 96-well autosampler that automatically loads samples. It utilizes DNASep¨ HRM technology coupled with GelPeakTM information analysis software, which facilitate real-time recording of data, as well as data analysis and sample quantitation. To run a sample, the user simply inserts a 96-well PCR plate into the system, programs run...

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