NEW YORK (GenomeWeb News) – Arrayjet said today that it has sold an Aj120 inkjet microarray spotter to the ARK-Genomics facility at the Roslin Institute.
 
The ARK-Genomics Center for Functional Genomics in Farm Animals will use the spotter as part of its microarray services.
 
Financial terms were not disclosed.
 

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