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Australian Genome Research Facility to Use NimbleGen s Microarray Technology

NEW YORK, Oct. 18 (GenomeWeb News) - The Australian Genome Research Facility will use microarray technology from NimbleGen Systems, the Madison, Wis.-based company said last week.


Joining NimbleGen's "Custom Microarray Core Facility" program, AGRF will offer its researchers customized arrays produced with NimbleGen's maskless array synthesizer technology.


AGRF, which has operations in Brisbane, Melbourne, and Adelaide, already has platforms from Affymetrix, Sequenom, and Applied Biosystems in place.

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