The latest revision of the NinjaPCR was spotted at the GOSH2017 (Gathering for Open Science Hardware) this week in Santiago, Chile. This DNA amplifier can take a few copies of DNA and produce several orders of magnitude more. The version here is different in that it uses multiple trays set at various temperatures and mechanically moves the DNA between trays for the polymerase chain reaction.
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