NimbleGen to Debut Trio of New Microarray-Based Services in March | GenomeWeb

San Diego — NimbleGen, a Madison, Wis.-based custom array provider, will launch several new products and services in the coming weeks, according to a company official.

Dan Clutter, the firm’s vice president of sales, said at the Clinical Genomics conference here last week that NimbleGen will release comparative genomic hybridization (CGH) arrays, a comparative genomic re-sequencing (CGR) service, and an array re-use service for its chromatin immunoprecipitation-based (ChIP) arrays.

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