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Sunnyvale, Calif-based SciGene this week introduced the Series 700 microarray hybridization ovens and rotators for use with either Affymetrix or Agilent products. The product accommodates up to 48 Affymetrix GeneChips or 20 Agilent SureHyb chambers using specially designed rotators. A general-purpose rotator is also available for mixing and heating nearly any style hybridization chamber. Pricing details were not provided.

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