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VANCOUVER, BC — Innogenetics, a Belgian diagnostics company, will begin offering human leukocyte antigen typing on PamGene's microarray platform later this year, according to a PamGene scientific advisory board member.

Bertrand Jordan, who sits on PamGene's SAB, told BioArray News at the World Microarray Congress here last week that Innogenetics is using a system specifically designed for its use called the PamStation 12 to introduce the HLA typing.

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