BioSource, Whatman Schleicher & Schuell to Launch New Planar Phosphoarray This Year | GenomeWeb

BioSource International and Whatman Schleicher & Schuell are set to launch the first commercially available planar phosphoarray later this year, the companies said last week.

The array, called the Mercatur Phosphoarray, contains 10 analytes — each specific for a different phosphosite. The decision to make the new array grew out of customers’ demand for a product that could analyze multiple phosphosites at the same time, said Chris Brotski, senior product manager for Camarillo, Calif.-based BioSource International.

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