By Justin Petrone

BlueGnome, a Cambridge, UK-based firm that has traditionally sold arrays and software to the neonatal cytogenetics research market, has now begun offering arrays and services for specific use in in vitro fertilization studies, according to a company official.

The new platform, called 24Sure, uses a bacterial artificial chromosome array and software to screen for abnormal or aneuploid chromosomes.

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