Nanogen on Track to Stop Selling Arrays by End of Year; Retains IP for Licensing, R&D | GenomeWeb
One year after announcing its decision to sell off its microarray business, and still absent a buyer or partner, Nanogen is on track to stop selling arrays and supporting existing customers by the end of this year, according to a company official.
 
While the San Diego-based vendor has sold most of its NanoChip 400 microarray platform assets and inventory, it has retained the intellectual property related to the system, as well as the ability to use the arrays for internal R&D projects.
 

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