NEW YORK, July 4 - Communications giant Motorola has been sending out signals lately that it’s ready to reach both researchers and diagnostic labs with its DNA array products.  

Motorola Biochips, the Northbrook, Ill.-based division of Motorola involved in developing the CodeLink arrays for researchers, said it is already making pitches to potential customers for its first 10,000 gene human microarray, which the company plans to have ready to ship in large volumes by August.

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