GE to Abandon Printed CodeLink Arrays In '07; Will Help Users Pick Alternatives | GenomeWeb
NEW YORK (GenomeWeb News) — GE Healthcare will stop manufacturing its CodeLink printed microarrays by April 2007 and will stop accepting requests from existing customers in February, the company told GenomeWeb News this week.
 
GE has not indicated that it will sell its CodeLink assets but said it will help clients switch to rival platforms as CodeLink is phased out, leaving the future of the 7-year-old microarray technology in limbo.
 

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