NEW YORK, April 13 (GenomeWeb News) - Schott Nexterion and Operon Biotechnologies will co-market a kit-based product for microarrays with components that cover every step in the microarray process chain.

 

The kit is composed of oligonucleotide sets, microarray slides, and reagents, the duo said.

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