Austrian molecular diagnostics firm Anagnostics said this week that it is now using Scienion's SciFlexarrayer to produce its cylindrical Hybcell arrays.

Markus Jaquemar, managing director of sales, marketing, and business development at the firm, said that the company together with Scienion developed a tool called the Hybbot to rotate the Hybcell cylinders as the SciFlexarrayer spots them. Using the Hybbot adapter together with the SciFlexarrayer, Anagnostics can produce more than 160 Hybcells at a time, Jaquemar told BioArray News.

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