Facing Growing Competition, Invitrogen Debuts Its First Single-Species miRNA Chip | GenomeWeb
BOSTON — Invitrogen this week unveiled version 3.0 of its NCode miRNA microarray, an all-human tool that the company hopes will distinguish it in an increasingly competitive market for microRNA-profiling research tools.
Invitrogen, which began selling NCode arrays in November 2005, also plans to create an miRNA microarray exclusively for murine research — the company said that the mouse is the second-most popular species for its miRNA array customers — and launch it within two or three months.

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