Packard Gearing Up To Compete in Microarray Manufacturing | GenomeWeb

NEW YORK, Oct. 13 – In announcing that it had secured a key patent for its robot-controlled manufacturing methods, Packard BioScience Company of Meriden, Conn. said Friday it is gearing up to be a serious competitor in the contentious microarray market.

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