As Plant Array Market Grows, Lynx and Affymetrix Reap AgBio Deals | GenomeWeb

The gene array sector has turned over a new leaf.

Last week, Affymetrix hitched its plow to Monsanto in a deal that includes licensing of its arraying technology and a joint project to develop a custom Arabidopsis chip. Affymetrix told BioArray News it also plans to offer made-to-order Arabidopsis arrays to all its customers this month, and to begin shipping in May.

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