An R&D breakthrough made earlier this year has enabled Aushon Biosystems to upgrade its arrays, which the company will re-launch later this month along with a rebranded imaging system and software.

Rocco Raduazo, the company's vice president of sales and marketing, told BioArray News this week that the new system is based on the firm's discovery that spotting arrays in 96- and 384-well plates in a circle, rather than the traditional rectangular format, led to better assay performance.

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