Agilent, NimbleGen Join ABI in Race to Make, Sell One-Chip Whole Genome Array | GenomeWeb

The race is on to see who will be the first to release a whole human genome single microarray — and then sell it.

Agilent Technologies on Monday said it will release a single-chip, whole-human-genome microarray later this year.

Additionally, Madison, Wisc.-based Nimblegen, a microarray services provider using its proprietary platform, said that it already has some available for researchers.

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