Duke Microarray Facility Buys a BioMicro MAUI Hybridization System | GenomeWeb
NEW YORK (GenomeWeb News) — Duke University's microarray facility has purchased a BioMicro hybridization system, the Salt Lake City-based company said today.
BioMicro, a microarray and microfluidics company, said Duke will use its MAUI hybridization system at the Microarray Facility and Institute for Genome Sciences and Policy.
Duke said it now has three MAUI systems at the facility.
Financial terms of the agreement were not released.

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