Next: Microarrays


As sequencing settles into its place in the outsourcing world, vendors are casting their nets for tomorrow’s service. If you ask microarray service providers, they say they’ve already found it.

“We see a pretty tremendous demand that seems to be building for services in microarrays,” says Emile Nuwaysir, vice president of business development for NimbleGen. “We generally believe that microarrays are moving to an outsourcing function.”

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