Corning, Promega to Collaborate on Self-Printing Microarray Reagent System | GenomeWeb

NEW YORK, Sept. 8 (GenomeWeb News) - Corning and Promega said today that they have agreed to jointly develop, manufacture, and commercialize a system of reagents for self-printing microarrays.

The integrated system of slides and reagents, called Pronto! Plus, will join Corning's Pronto! microarray reagent system with Promega's SV Total RNA isolation system, ChipShot labeling system, and ChipShot labeling cleanup system.

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