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PerkinElmer, which just re-released the ArrayInformatics microarray database software formerly sold by Packard, said it is planning to introduce a new version in August that is likely to include a protein array module. The reason for the new module? PerkinElmer is planning to introduce a line of protein biochips later in the year, a PerkinElmer spokesman told ProteoMonitor’s sister publication BioInform.

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