As PerkinElmer Merger Nears, Packard Plows Ahead with New Array Offerings | GenomeWeb

Despite its looming merger with PerkinElmer, Packard Biosciences has aggressively pushed to launch new products in the microarray sector this fall.

The Meriden, Conn.-based company introduced a HydroGel-coated slide to be used for protein arrays in September, and plans to unveil ArrayInformatics, an array lab database and analysis software product, as well as a new Scan Array Express scanner at the Chips to Hits conference in San Diego later this month.

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