Honolulu — The gene-expression lab in the new science facility at the University of Hawaii’s John A. Burns School of Medicine will use Applied Biosystems’ Expression Analysis microarray platform, in a decision reached after the school’s research faculty evaluated rival technologies.

“They seemed interested in collaboration and working with us,” Richard Lairton, an assistant professor of medicine at the school, told BioCommerce Week. “We wanted a partnership and they seemed interested in research and supporting their platform with bioinformatics.”

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