NGK Insulators, Nisshinbo Industries, Molecular Staging, Sangamo Biosciences, XenoPort, Zyomyx, Nanogen, Third Wave Technologies, ViaLogy, Sangamo Biosciences, Nuvelo, Regents of the University of Minnesota | GenomeWeb

NGK Insulators of Nagoya, Japan, received US Patent No. 6,776,960, “Method for producing DNA chip.” The patent covers a method comprising a pretreatment step of forming a poly-L-lysine layer on a surface of a base plate, a sample preparation step of preparing a sample containing a DNA fragment, a dilution step of diluting the concentration of the obtained sample, and a step of supplying a diluted sample solution onto the base plate to produce a DNA chip.

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