Jamie Love, director of business development for San Leandro, Calif.-based Mergen, took the podium of the Strategic Research Institute Biochips conference last week in Iselin, NJ, to roll out the company’s new strategy on microarrays.

Mergen is making a strong pitch to the prokaryote research community, with microarrays based on genomes of Staphylococcus and Haemophilus already in hand and designs for Helicobacter pylori, and Streptococcus in process, Love said.

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