When it comes to the microarray market, much of the emphasis is often on density, like the upcoming 1-million SNP whole-genome genotyping chips touted by Illumina and Affymetrix, or on emerging applications like the miRNA arrays marketed by Exiqon, Invitrogen, and CombiMatrix.
One frequently overlooked component of the marketplace, however, is the open-platform microarray scanner, and imaging company Vidar Systems hopes to capitalize on this by selling a newly developed system.

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