Motorola Launches First Bioarray; More Set to Follow Through January | GenomeWeb

NEW YORK, Aug. 15 – Motorola Life Sciences introduced its high-density human genome bioarray on Wednesday as part of its CodeLink bioarray systems launch.

The introduction, made at the Drug Discovery Technology 2001 conference in Boston, launches Motorola’s Uniset Human I bioarray, which the company said includes approximately 9,200 unique oligonucleotides representing human EST clusters. 

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