Agilent Names OGT First High-Throughput Microarray Certified Service Provider | GenomeWeb

By a GenomeWeb staff reporter

NEW YORK (GenomeWeb News) – Oxford Gene Technology and Agilent Technologies announced today that OGT has secured a new Agilent certification level and will be the company's first High-Throughput Microarray Certified Service Provider.

The designation is intended to validate OGT's use of Agilent microarrays for high-throughput and large-scale microarray studies, such as those provided through OGT's genomic services.

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