Instrument relocation is an unavoidable part of a lab relocation, transition or lab rearrangement. Regardless of moving distance, a successful relocation involves a two-part process of decommissioning and recommissioning to ensure that the instrument is up and running smoothly at the new location with minimum delays.
You may already know that Thermo Fisher has discontinued the ABI 3130/xL consumables and no longer offers service for this series. After utilizing your ABI 3130/xL capillary array to its max capacity, exploring alternative options for DNA analyzers is advisable. It would be cost-effective to replace the instrument rather than keep it in your lab.
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Dear valued customer,
At SeqGen, we constantly look for new ways to improve our customer value and satisfaction. Unfortunately, the rumor has become a reality; Thermo Fisher has announced they will no longer sell consumables, such as the capillary array for your DNA Analyzer, ABI 3130/xl. However, we are reaching out to our loyal customers to let them know SeqGen can help; either from the service standpoint or upgrading your instrument. We are pleased to share that SeqGen has plenty of ABI 3500 and ABI 3500xl on sale.