By Justin Petrone

The Van Andel Research Institute, part of the Van Andel Institute, will use Aushon Biosystems' 2470 Arrayer in its Laboratory of Cancer Immunodiagnostics, Aushon said this week.

The Grand Rapids, Mich.-based VARI will use the arrayer as part of an effort to identify and study protein abnormalities in the blood of cancer patients, with the ultimate goal of developing blood tests for the early detection or more accurate diagnosis of cancer.

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