By Justin Petrone

Roche NimbleGen will later this year introduce higher-multiplex, high-density arrays for use in comparative genomic hybridization applications.

The Madison, Wis.-based company also plans to debut arrays in its new, 4.2-million feature format for other applications, such as gene expression.

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