NEW YORK (GenomeWeb) – Scottish microarray instrument maker Arrayjet today announced it has won a contract with CDI Laboratories.

Under the terms of the contract, valued at more than $600,000, CDI will use Arrayjet's Ultra Marathon II high-throughput microarray printer to make its HuProt proteomics arrays and custom microarrays.

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