Arrayit recently announced that it had shipped microarray and other life sciences products to Illumina and Google.
The Sunnyvale, Calif.-based company, which sells instruments, tools, kits, and reagents, did not disclose the specific products that it shipped to its customers.
However, it did cite the "complementarity" of its array products with Illumina's noting in a statement that 100 publications feature the pairing of Arrayit and Illumina's array products.
Meantime, Arrayit called its relationship with Google a "natural fit," drawing parallels between the data processing requirements of both firms, and citing Google's investment in 23andMe, which uses Illumina-manufactured microarray products in its services.
Arrayit said it will report the proceeds from its sales to Illumina and Google when it announces its fourth quarter and full year 2013 earnings next year.