“I am excited to work with Arrayjet to bring its breakthrough non-contact microarrayers to the U.S. market,” said Michael Feldman, Ph.D., Chief Executive Officer of BioMicro Systems.
“At BioMicro Systems, we want to offer the best microarray products to our customers and feel that the Marathon and Super Marathon microarrayers fit well with the company’s flagship MAUI® hybridization product line in achieving the best microarray data results for multiple microarray research and clinical applications,” Feldman continued.
The Arrayjet microarrayers are designed for researchers who require increased throughput and capacity for microarray research and clinical applications.
The Marathon microarrayer are designed to print up to 100 slides from six 96-well or 384-well microtiter plates, with manual mid-run plate change enabling more plates to be loaded, for added capacity. The Super Marathon microarrayer prints up to 100 slides from up to 48 microtiter plates and also allows for mid-run plate changes.