PamGene Signs Collaboration to Develop Microarrays for Plant Pathogens and Pests | GenomeWeb

Dutch microarray startup PamGene has signed a four-year agreement to develop microarray-based assays for agrobiotechnology, in collaboration with Plant Research International, a Wageningen, Netherlands-based plant genetics research facility, and separation technology maker Whatman.

The project will focus on using PamGene’s PamChip as a bioassay for early detection of plant pathogens or pests that can destroy crops of commercial significance.

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