NEW YORK (GenomeWeb News) – Thermo Fisher Scientific and Gentel Biosciences have completed the first phase of a collaboration on a product offering that will increase the speed and volume of multiplex microarray technologies, the companies said Thursday.
 
The partners said the new platform, offered by Thermo Scientific as the SmartPlex and by Gentel under the APiX 96 name, conforms to the SBS microplate standard and may be used to help process “thousands of samples per day.”
 

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