UPDATE: Protogene and Silicon Genetics Agree to Co-Market Microarray Products | GenomeWeb

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N EW YORK, Jan 25 – In a combined effort to target microarrays users, Protogene Laboratories and Silicon Genetics have agreed to co-market Protogene's custom DNA microarrays and Silicon Genetics' GeneSpring microarray expression analysis software, the companies announced Thursday.

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