NEW YORK (GenomeWeb News) – Applied Spectral Imaging and BioDot today announced an agreement to sell and market a genetic analysis solution combining technologies from both firms.

The new solution will directly link ASI's Genasis imaging and analysis instrument and BioDot's CellWriter automated dispensing system for fluorescent in situ hybridization and karyotyping. The new product "enables an end-to-end, automated workflow for FISH and karyotyping, from slide production to sample analysis, and result reporting," the companies said.

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