Innopsys

Innopsys has launched its newest microarray scanner, the InnoScan 910 microarray scanner. The two-color fluorescence scanner is capable of reading high-density microarrays with a resolution of 1 micron per pixel.

Scienion and Innopsys announced this week that they would combine their efforts to serve array customers by pairing Scienion's array production resources with Innopsys' high-resolution and infrared scanners.

NEW YORK (GenomeWeb News) – Scienion and Innopsys today announced an agreement to combine each other's microarray technologies in a single offering to customers.

French optics firm Innopsys recently introduced its InnoScan 710-IR microarray scanner.

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NEW YORK (GenomeWeb News) – RayBiotech today announced a deal with Innopsys to co-market each other's technologies.

Besides the new InnoStamp arrayer, which relies on magnetic stamps to print arrays, the French company plans to launch an infrared version of its InnoScan 710 scanner.

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The new office, based in Chicago, will mainly serve as a sales and marketing hub as Innopsys looks to grow its US customer base.

Laurence Bouet, Innopsys' managing director, said that the firm has placed about 200 InnoScan scanners so far, mainly in Europe and Asia, but expects to expand its installed base by increasing sales in the US this year.

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