Ex-Motorola Researcher Founded Shop That Will Sell GE Healthcare's CodeLink Arrays | GenomeWeb
NEW YORK (GenomeWeb News) — Applied Microarrays, which has been selling GE Healthcare’s CodeLink microarrays since Tuesday, was created last year by a former GE Healthcare employee who helped design the technology while at Motorola Life Sciences, GenomeWeb Daily News has learned.

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