By Matt Jones

NEW YORK (GenomeWeb News) – Scottish microarray maker Arrayjet and Generation Scotland (GS), a multi-institutional effort to establish infrastructure for discovering the genetic basis of diseases, will collaborate to develop new products and services for identifying biomarkers.

Supported in part by the life sciences funding body Scottish Enterprise, the project will combine Arrayjet's inkjet microarray technology with human biobank material and health data.

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