SciGene, Baylor Start Microarray Collaboration to Improve BeadChip Processing | GenomeWeb
NEW YORK (GenomeWeb News) — SciGene today said it will collaborate with researchers at Baylor University’s Immunology Research Institute to develop “an efficient system” for processing Illumina’s BeadChip microarrays.
 
Specifically, the companies plan to develop “methods and instrumentation” that use SciGene's automation technology.
 

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