Agilent to Debut 244K ArrayCGH Chips by June; Leukemia Emerges as Area of Diagnostic Interest | GenomeWeb

Delivering on a promise to quadruple the density of its microarray platform by the second quarter of this year, Agilent will launch 244K chips in June — meeting the deadline it set when it first announced its density upgrade last November, according to a company scientist (see BAN 10/12/2005).

Michael Barrett, a scientist in Agilent Laboratories' Molecular Research Lab, told attendees of the World Microarray Congress in Vancouver last month that the company was on schedule to complete the density upgrade by the end of June.

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