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UC Davis Joins CombiMatrix s Core Access Program

NEW YORK, Jan. 24 (GenomeWeb News) - The University of California, Davis has joined CombiMatrix's CombiCore access program, Combi parent Acacia Research said today.

 

Under the non-exclusive agreement, all UC Davis researchers can purchase, through the UC Davis Genome Center, CombiMatrix's CustomArrays and CatalogArrays, including array processing services performed at the UC Davis Genome Center.

 

Financial details were not disclosed.

 

This is the second university CombiMatrix has signed on to its CombiCore program, which the company initiated this quarter. Earlier this month it signed an agreement with the Universityof Colorado.

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