Aushon Places Arrayer With GMU, and Arrayjet Reaches Out to UHN Amid Tool Market Revival | GenomeWeb
Two new microarrayer instruments placements in major North American labs support recent vendor claims that they are seeing an uptick in demand in the tools market. Last week Aushon Biosystems announced that it has placed a 2470 spotting unit in the Center for Applied Proteomics and Molecular Medicine at George Mason University. Meantime, the University Health Network in Toronto has agreed to purchase an Arrayjet system for its microarray center.

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