Fresh From CodeLink Buy, Applied Microarrays To Position Itself as Flexible Custom Shop | GenomeWeb
VANCOUVER, BC — If there is one message that Applied Microarrays wants you to take home, it’s that it is not Motorola, nor Amersham, and definitely not GE.
For the newly formed Tempe, Ariz.-based company that took the CodeLink bioarray platform off GE Healthcare’s hands, the firm’s moniker distinguishes it from past incarnations and underscores its goal to be a go-to shop for custom and original equipment manufacturing deals with academics and other companies.

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