Though Qiagen has in-licensed technology that would enable it to develop its own microarrays, it has decided to pursue supply agreements with companies already in that field, a company spokesperson told BioCommerce Week.

Last week, Qiagen signed a supply pact with its second microarray partner, Osmetech, under which Osmetech will incorporate Qiagen's preanalytical consumables and technologies into its microarray products for research and in vitro diagnostic applications.

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