NEW YORK (GenomeWeb News) – BioTrove has named imaGenes as an OpenArray Service Provider, the first such designation for a firm outside of the US, imaGenes said today.

The Berlin-based genomics services provider will offer applications such as gene expression profiling, microRNA profiling analyses, and biomarker studies on the real-time qPCR platform. The OpenArray can run 9,000 assays simultaneously and enables one person to generate more than 27,000 assays in a single day.

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