Amersham, Building New Facility for CodeLink, Trains Sales Staff, Rolls Out Mouse Microarray | GenomeWeb

Amersham Biosciences is starting to build momentum for the CodeLink microarray business that it acquired from Motorola for $20 million four months ago.

The company is adding a mouse microarray, its first significant CodeLink product introduction under the Amersham brand, while it builds a new manufacturing facility to house microarray production in Sanders, Ariz., a few miles away from the Motorola facilities it now occupies in nearby Tempe, Ariz.

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