Ventana and BD Biosciences to Co-Market DNA Microarrays and Hybridization Platform | GenomeWeb

Instrumentation maker Ventana Medical Systems and Becton Dickinson subsidiary Clontech Laboratories have agreed to co-market their microarray products.

Together, the two companies will co-promote Clontech’s glass slide microarrays and Ventana’s automated microarray hybridization platform. Ventana, of Tucson, Ariz., said it has also optimized its platform for Clontech’s arrays.

Ventana sought to make the alliance with Palo Alto, Calif.-based Clontech, in order to piggyback on the company’s global network of distributors and customers.

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