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Agilent To Reveal Probes on Chips

Agilent Technologies will make the sequences of the probes on its cDNA and oligonucleotide microarrays available to customers, the company said this week.

Until now, Agilent array customers could only access probe sequence if they were customers of Incyte’s LifeSeq and ZooSeq databases. Agilent licenses its probe content from Incyte. A recent expansion of the license agreement makes this probe disclosure possible, the company said.

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