NEW YORK (GenomeWeb News) - Arrayjet said this week that the University of Edinburgh has purchased one of its Aj120 inkjet microarray spotters.

The spotter has been installed in the Scottish Center for Genomic Technology and Informatics, and replaces an alpha prototype spotter SCGTI purchased from Arrayjet in 2004, the company said.

Financial details of the purchase were not disclosed.

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