NEW YORK, Oct 11 - What’s six inches by four inches, has more than three hundred holes, and is about to make one company very rich?

If you guessed the 384 Wellplate, you’re right on the money.

Genetix, the company that brought genomics the 384 Wellplate is planning to float shares in an initial public offering next month on the London Stock Exchange, the British Ananova website reported Wednesday.

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