NEW YORK, Sept. 26 - Packard Bioscience has launched its HydroGel coated slides for protein microarray applications, marking the company’s first protein array product, the company said on Wednesday.

According to Packard, slides coated with the HydroGel substrate are based on a 3-dimensional polyacrylamide gel technology and offer a safer environment on which proteins can be immobilized.

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