Arrayjet Enters European Tools Market With Microarray Spotter | GenomeWeb

Arrayjet, a 5-year-old spin-off from the Scottish Centre for Genomic Technology and Informatics (GTI), has entered the European tools market with its first product, a microarray printer, BioArray News has learned.

Duncan Hall, the marketing and sales director of the Stirling, Scotland-based company, said that the company is now making available its Arrayjet100 microarray spotter, a non-contact, ink-jet-enabled printer, that Hall claims will produce microarrays of “excellent quality, consistency and uniformity.”

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