NEW YORK, July 25 – GeneMachines has sold two OmniGrid microarrayers to the Genome Institute of Singapore, the company said Wednesday. 

The Genome Institute will use the microarrayers in its work on zebrafish and mouse model systems, as well as cancer genomics and other research that comprises part of Singapore’s promised $4 billion investment in genomics and biotechnology. 

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