BioAnalytica Conference Showcases Europe s Budding Biochip Technologies | GenomeWeb

Biochips were budding at the BioAnalytica conference in Munich last week, as a variegated bunch of companies displayed their wares, drawing the rapt attention of an otherwise blasé crowd.

Entering the cavernous exhibition hall, attendees were greeted by Roche’s display of its MatrixArray system, developed in combination with CombiMatrix of Seattle. Roche employees at the booth said they were “surprised” by the amount of attention that the system, a bow-front silver box with microfluidic “monocassette” chips, was getting from the people strolling by.

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