NEW YORK, Oct. 3 – Microarray technology developer Nanogen said Wednesday that it had sold seven of its NanoChip Molecular Biology Workstations during the quarter and placed another three through non-title transfer agreements to development site partners.

Nanogen said that it has placed 40 of its SNP scoring workstations to unnamed customers and collaborators.

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