HGS and Affymetrix Will Develop Probe Arrays | GenomeWeb

ROCKVILLE, Md.--Human Genome Sciences announced that it will collaborate with Affymetrix to develop certain bacterial GeneChip probe arrays. HGS will contribute proprietary sequence information covering selected bacterial genomes and Affymetrix will have the exclusive right to use the information, based upon these sequences, to design, manufacture, and sell proprietary array products developed through the collaboration.

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