NEW YORK, March 14 - PamGene, a Dutch microarray startup, and Olympus Optical have agreed to jointly develop a platform for manufacturing and analyzing DNA microarrays, the companies said Wednesday.

As part of the alliance, Olympus has made a "significant" equity investment in PamGene, based in Den Bosch, the Netherlands. Exact financial details were not disclosed. 

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