Custom Chips in Focus as Agilent Rolls Out Shared Microarray Design Program | GenomeWeb

Agilent last week unveiled a shared microarray design program in a bid to gain a greater slice of the academic market and appeal specifically to the needs of consortia sharing data.

The program also marks the beginning of a campaign to expand the firm's custom microarray business, Agilent officials told BioArray News. "This is one of several things we're doing right now with our custom microarray program," said Scott Harrison, custom microarray program manager for the Palo Alto, Calif.-based company.

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