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Accuracy and precision of the epMotion system


With the advent of the human genome era the molecular biology laboratory has once and for all changed from a small scale observatory into a semi-industrial, highly parallel environment with large numbers of samples and terabytes of processed data. The ever growing number of transcripts, genes, proteins and snips (SNPs) created great demand for high density formats and these are rather human unfriendly – our hands are very inaccurate and unreproducible equipment when it comes for dense repetitive grids, and are prone to the whole variety of errors.

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