NEW YORK, March 18 (GenomeWeb News) - SIRS-Lab of Jena, Germany, has licensed Oxford Gene Technology's DNA chip patents to makes its own arrays and distribute them in Europe, the company said yesterday.

Privately held SIRS-Lab is developing microarray systems for inflammatory diseases.

The company said that the IP complements its Lab-Arraytor products and allows for the expansion of the product portfolio for new applications.

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