By a GenomeWeb staff reporter

NEW YORK (GenomeWeb News) – Roche Diagnostics said today that it has struck a deal with Salt Lake City-based BioMicro Systems to buy all of the products associated with the Roche NimbleGen microarray workflow.

These assets include instruments that are key to the Roche NimbleGen microarray workflow, such as the 4-and-12-bay NimbleGen Hybridization Systems.

Roche said that it will transfer the manufacturing capabilities associated with these products to its own in-house facility.

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