NEW YORK (GenomeWeb News) - Oxford Gene Technology said today that it has inked a collaborative agreement with Agilent Technologies that gives it access to Agilent’s microarray platform and makes Agilent an OEM supplier of OGT-designed microarrays.
 
Under the deal, OGT becomes an Agilent certified service provider and the companies plan to create a “Center of Microarray Excellence” that will focus on emerging microarray applications, such as array-CGH, ChIP-onchip, methylation, and microRNA analysis.   
 

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