SALT LAKE CITY— Agilent Technologies, as part of its array-technology overhaul, will roll out a new protocol that will enable researchers to run both one-and two-color assays on the company's platform, company representatives told BioArray News at the American Society of Human Genetics conference, held here last week.

The decision to expand assay capabilities comes just two week's after the Palo Alto, Calif.-based company pledged to possibly quadruple feature density on its arrays by mid-2006 (see BAN 10/12/2005).

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