NEW YORK (GenomeWeb News) – Applied Biosystems and BioTrove have struck two agreements that cover the integration and marketing of genotyping and gene-expression applications, as well as other genomics tools, the firms said today.
 
Under one agreement, ABI will develop and market custom arrays of TaqMan SNP genotyping assays pre-loaded on BioTrove’s OpenArray, which is a flexible array format that allows researchers to perform over 3,000 different high-throughput genotyping assays in different configurations, ABI said.

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