Qiagen last week took another step towards making its technology broadly accessible to microarray users by announcing a non-exclusive licensing agreement with array manufacturer Kreatech Biotechnology.

The deal underscores Qiagen's strategy to leave the microarray reagent kit market for other players to compete in as it continues to invest in diagnostics and RT-PCR technologies, according to a company official.

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