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Alpha Innotech Partners with GE to Bundle Software with NovaRay Reader

Alpha Innotech is partnering with GE Healthcare to bundle its NovaRay multiplex array reader with the ArrayVision microarray analysis software, the companies said this week.

Alpha Innotech is marketing NovaRay as an "all-in-one" reader that can also be applied to high-content cell-based screens (see CBA News, 9/21/2004).

Further details of the deal were not disclosed.

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