NEW YORK (GenomeWeb News) — Agilent Technologies will use inkjet technology from FujiFilm Dimatix in its life sciences applications to more efficiently target and analyze sequences of genetic material, FujiFilm said today.
 
Under a collaboration, the companies are working together to incorporate Dimatix Materials Cartridge into Agilent applications.
 

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