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CombiMatrix has launched its ElectraSense microarray reader. The palm-sized reader electrochemically measures up to 12,000 probes on an array in less than 25 seconds, according to the Mukilteo, Wash.-based firm.

CombiMatrix said it was able to develop the compact reader by eliminating optics, light sources, and some alignment components, and by using common enzymes and substrates. The ElectraSense reader was developed with funding from the US Department of Defense.

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