PerkinElmer of Waltham, Mass., has received US Patent No. 8,153,367, "Amplified array analysis system." The system supports the analysis of relative unmodified samples, where the system consists of a specific binding pair affixed in an array; a mixture including another specific binding pair capable of binding to the first pair so as to form a pair that is affixed to the support; and a reporter system that produces a detectable signal indicative of the presence of the specific binding pair on the support.

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