Infineon Explores Outer Limits of Semiconductor DNA Microarray Technology | GenomeWeb

Infineon of Munich is not the first company to make a DNA microarray on a silicon substrate. And it is not the first semiconductor company to set foot in the microarray ring. But the 1999 spinoff of Siemens — formerly known as Siemens Semiconductors — does enjoy the distinction of being the first company to combine silicon-based microarrays with an integrated electronic detection platform.

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