BioMicro Systems, Infineon, Axon Instruments | GenomeWeb

BioMicro Systems of Salt Lake City, Utah, last week introduced a semi-automated MAUI hybridization system. The company said it improves sensitivity for low-abundance genes over traditional methods of hybridization for microarray analysis. The new system allows users to simultaneously process up to four standard microarrays with controlled heating and mixing.


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