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MOgene Becomes First to Offer Sigma s GenomePlex Amplification Technology

NEW YORK, May 31 (GenomeWeb News) - Sigma-Aldrich today announced that MOgene has become the first array service provider to offer the company's GenomePlex Whole Genome Amplification technology.

 

Sigma said that the new service follows a licensing agreement it signed in February with Rubicon Genomics that allows Sigma to offer the kits to service providers.

 

MOgene, an Agilent-certified services provider, said it will integrate GenomePlex WGG into its setup. MOgene currently offers microarray-based gene expression and comparative genomic hybridization services on the Agilent platform.

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