NEW YORK (GenomeWeb News) – Clinical lab firm ARUP Laboratories and SciGene said today that they will collaborate on the development of an automated platform for processing DNA samples used in microarray-based tests for genetic defects.
 
Sunnyvale, Calif.-based SciGene will contribute its ArrayPrep Target Preparation System, which is a robotic liquid handling and incubation platform, as part of the alliance. ARUP will provide scientific expertise for testing and optimizing procedures performed on the ArrayPrep.
 

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