TOKYO, July 4 – Japan has lately been making quite a show of its interest in the DNA biochip and microarray market. Every week or two reports of newly developed technologies appear, the government has launched two multi-year research projects, and the domestic microarray leader, Takara Shuzo, entered the global market earlier this year, becoming the first Japanese company to do so.

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