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ZyGEM Teams With TATAA Biocenter To Distribute Its Innovative Nucleic acid Extraction Kits
Date:5/3/2012

ify nucleic acids.  Its offerings encompass the entire field of qPCR, including commissioned services and research projects, hands-on training and provision of the highest quality products.

Dr. Mikael Kubista, CEO of TATAA Biocenter, commented, "As the premier provider of qPCR services and products, we are pleased to add ZyGEM's rapid, accurate, and easy-to-use DNA and RNA extraction kits to the select group of high quality products we make available to our customers."  

ZyGEM's technology significantly reduces the time and cost of DNA and RNA extractions while simplifying laboratory workflow, minimizing error, reducing the risk of contamination, ensuring sample integrity and facilitating extractions from trace samples.  It is easily adaptable for use with off-the-shelf laboratory automation systems and can be specifically formulated for use with a wide range of different sample types without the need for further purification.  ZyGEM's kits have been validated for use in highly regulated applications.

For more information on TATAA's ZyGEM products, visit www.tataa.com/products/ZyGem/View-all-products.html

About TATAA BiocenterTATAA Biocenter is one of the leading research and service providers and organizers of hands-on training courses in qPCR in Europe. TATAA offers a full range of real-time qPCR services and products including high throughput qPCR analysis, primer and probe design, assay validation, data analysis, testing and benchmarking of kits and instruments, and contract services to pharmaceutical and biotech companies.  Founded in 2001, TATAA has permanent facilities in Gothenburg, Sweden; Sunnyvale, California; and Prague, Czech Republic. For more information, visit www.tataa.com.

About ZyGEM ZyGEM Corporation markets nucleic acid extraction solutions based on the company's exclusive
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