CyVera to Unveil Bead-Based Assay Platform Next Year | GenomeWeb

BOSTON — The Lab Report section of BioArray News usually interviews individual researchers about the work they are doing with microarrays in their labs, either in clinical and research applications or improvements they are trying to make on existing technologies. This week, we take a look at a start-up firm, Wallingford, Conn.-based CyVera, which unveiled a prototype of its bead-based bioassay platform at IBC Life Sciences’ annual Chips to Hits conference here last week.

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