NEW YORK (GenomeWeb News) – Arrayjet today said that it has signed an agreement with Kyongshin Scientific to distribute its product in South Korea.

Edinburgh, Scotland-based Arrayjet makes the Marathon microarrayer, which employs the firm's non-contact inkjet technology, and also offers microarray services. The firm said that the proteomics field is growing rapidly in South Korea and it sees "big growth potential" there for its products.

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