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CombiMatrix, Intel to Collaborate

NEW YORK, Sep. 8 (GenomeWeb News) -CombiMatrix said today that it had entered into an agreement with Intel to work together on the feasibility of various projects utilizing CombiMatrix's core technology.


The firms would not disclose the terms of the alliance and would not provide specific information about the projects they are working on. A CombiMatrix spokesman told GenomeWeb News that the collaboration would "leverage our core technology" and would be applied to internal projects at Intel.

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