Eying array-based comparative genomic hybridization as the next big growth opportunity in the microarray-analysis software market, BioDiscovery has signed its first bundling agreement with an array-CGH provider, and in April plans to launch a new data-management product that will integrate CGH and gene-expression data.
This week, the company announced that it had signed an alliance with Empire Genomics under which Empire will market BioDiscovery’s ImaGene aCGH software along with its own array-CGH chips.

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