Linden Bioscience is introducing a new service for designing oligo probes that the company says offer improved sensitivity and specificity for self-spotting microarray users.

The Woburn, Mass.-based group, an operating division of Linden Technology, introduced its web-based Tilia design service at the Molecular Medicine Marketplace conference in Santa Clara, Calif., last week.

The company is charging $10 per each oligo designed and is initially limiting its design to human genes. It uses an algorithm to design oligo probes for target source sequences.

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