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Agilent Certifies DNA Link for Microarray Services in Korea

NEW YORK (GenomeWeb News) – Agilent Technologies said today that it has certified the DNA Link to offer Agilent's microarray services in Korea.

The certification enables DNA Link to offer array-based comparative genomic hybridization and microRNA services using Agilent's microarrays. DNA Link is Agilent's first certified service provider in Korea.

DNA Link focuses on studies of genetic variation, particularly SNP research. Its CEO, Jong-Eun Lee said in a statement, "Agilent's cytogenetic tools is going to be a main focus area for us and the flexibility that the platform supports offers unlimited possibilities for researchers in Korea."

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