Applied Biosystems Takes Wraps off Its Microarray Expression Analysis System | GenomeWeb

Certain engineers are jokingly known as “belt and suspenders” types — because they wear both on their pants, just in case one system fails.

Applied Biosystems, the Foster City, Calif., DNA sequencing powerhouse, displayed a system of this type as it literally took the wraps off the Expression Analysis System, its entry into the microarray marketplace, last week at the Chips to Hits conference in Boston.

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