OGT Will Use Integrated Genomics' P. pastoris Sequence to Develop Microarray | GenomeWeb
NEW YORK (GenomeWeb News) — Oxford Gene Technology will use a gene sequence from the Pichia pastoris yeast owned by Integrated Genomics to develop a new microarray, the firms said today.
 
Under the agreement, OGT will use the sequence to design and build a 60-mer microarray that uses OGT’s ink-jet synthesis platform.
 
OGT will market the array worldwide and offer sample analysis services at its UK lab.
 

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