NEW YORK (GenomeWeb News) – Genetix said today that it has sold to a South African lab one of its microarrayers dedicated to the production of protein arrays.

The company said it has placed the arrayer, called the QAray2, in the lab of Jonathan Blackburn at the Centre for Proteomic & Genomic Research in Cape Town.

Blackburn develops surfaces and affinity tags for immobilizing proteins without impairing function, and researches protein activity, according to Genetix.

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