Roche NimbleGen Array Sales Rise 44 Percent in '09 | GenomeWeb

This article was first published Feb. 3.

By Justin Petrone

Sales of Roche NimbleGen arrays rose 44 percent in 2009 compared to 2008, fueled by "continued strong performance" of Roche NimbleGen's sequence capture arrays as well as the introduction of its high-throughput MS 200 microarray scanner, according to the firm, the company said last week.

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