InDevR, Applied Microarrays Partner to Deliver Custom Array Offering | GenomeWeb

NEW YORK (GenomeWeb) – InDevR and Applied Microarrays said today that they will work together to offer custom microarrays, instruments, and reagents for multiplexed assays.

The new partnership will combine Tempe, Ariz.-based AMI's background in contract custom array manufacturing with InDevR's assay development expertise and two microarray imaging platforms. Boulder, Colo.-based InDevR offers Vidia, a fluorescence-based system for scanning multiplex array and 96-well plate formats as well as a colorimetric AmpliPhox scanner for lower-throughput applications.

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