Genetix and Pall Collaborate On Array Printing and Detection Methods | GenomeWeb

NEW YORK, Feb 26 –Genetix has collaborated with Pall, a sample purification and separation company, to develop specialized membranes for microarray-printing and detection, the companies said Monday.

Genetics, a Hampshire, UK-based maker of microarray instrumentation, will incorporate the membrane in the robotics that handle proteins and DNA for microarray printing and analysis.

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