By a GenomeWeb staff reporter

NEW YORK (GenomeWeb News) – BlueGnome announced yesterday that SciGene will manufacture its new range of ClearHyb hybridization and wash systems.

The manufacturing and supply deal marks BlueGnome's entry into the microarray hardware market. The Cambridge, UK-based firm offers microarray consumables and solutions for screening chromosomal abnormalities in cytogenetics and in vitro fertilization.

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