Agilent Teams with BioNanomatrix on Genetic Analysis System
 
Agilent Technologies and BioNanomatrix will team to develop an integrated genetic analysis system with applications in genotoxicity and cytogenetics, and potentially DNA sequencing, the companies said this week.
 
Under the agreement, the companies plan to combine BioNanomatrix’s single-molecule imaging technology to develop chips and reagents with a measurement platform developed by Agilent.
 

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