Agilent Unveils ‘Shared’ Microarray Design Program

Agilent this week introduced a microarray design program that allows researchers to share custom microarray designs, but still maintain control of their intellectual property.

The first organisms made available through the program are C. elegans and Magnaporthe grisea, a fungus that causes rice blast disease.

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