NEW YORK (GenomeWeb News) – Alphametrix will sell SciGene’s entire line of products in Germany and Austria under an exclusive agreement announced by the firms on Friday.
 
Sunnyvale, Calif.-based SciGene makes automated platforms for hybridization and post-hybridization processing of microarrays. Among its products are the Little Dipper Microarray Processor, Mai Tai Hybridization System, and NoZone Workstations.
 

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