CORRECTION: A September 29, 2003 GenomeWeb News article stated that BioTrove had licensed from Genencor International a portfolio of patents and patents and patent filings related to nanofluidic through-hole array technology. In fact, BioTrove purchased the portfolio of patents from Genencor.  GenomeWeb regrets the error.

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