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CombiMatrix Adds University of Colorado to CombiCore Program

This article has been updated to correct the headline, which originally named CU Boulder as the partner institute.

 

NEW YORK, Jan. 6 (GenomeWeb News) - The University of Colorado Health Sciences Center will buy CombiMatrix's microarray products under the CombiCore access program, Acacia Research, CombiMatrix's parent company, said today.

 

Under the non-exclusive agreement, researchers can purchase CustomArrays and CatalogArrays, including array-processing services performed at the university's Microarray Core Facility.

 

The company markets, sells and delivers products to universities under the CombiCore program.

 

Financial details were not disclosed.

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