Scienion Readies Next-Generation Arraying Technology, Touts Carbohydrate Chip Manufacture | GenomeWeb

By Justin Petrone

Scienion, a decade-old German liquid-handling and microarray firm, is developing a next-generation spotting technology it hopes will give it an advantage over rival arrayer providers.

The company is preparing to roll out a new print cartridge, which is already available to early-access customers, at a time when it is broadening the applications it supports in order to woo diagnostic clients.

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