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CombiMatrix' Announces CombiCore™ Access Program with the University of Colorado
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CombiMatrix' Announces CombiCore™ Access Program with the University of Colorado

CombiMatrix' Announces CombiCore™ Access Program with the University of Colorado
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CombiMatrix' Announces CombiCore™ Access Program with the University of Colorado

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Acacia Research Corporation has announced that its CombiMatrix group has signed a non-exclusive agreement with The University of Colorado Health Sciences Center under the Company's CombiCore™ access program.

Under this agreement all University of Colorado researchers can purchase, through their microarray core facility, CombiMatrix' CustomArrays™ and CatalogArrays™, including array processing services performed at the University of Colorado Health Science Center Microarray Core Facility

"Our Core lab is dedicated to providing high-quality microarray laboratory instruction, service, and consultation to the research and clinical community affiliated with UCHSC and other research institutions throughout the nation," stated Dr. Bifeng Gao, the UCHSC Core Facility Manager.

"This program provides us an opportunity to support our customers with more microarray choices for their specific needs."

"The University of Colorado is one of the nation's largest academic consumers of microarrays," said Michael Tognotti, Vice President of Sales and Marketing of CombiMatrix.

"Now researchers can purchase our products through the UCHSC Core Facility, in addition to array processing services which include sample processing and data analysis."

"This agreement provides researchers with unique access to our products by enabling one of the world's most experienced Microarray Core Facilities providing complete array services and application training."

"CombiMatrix' CombiCore program is a special program designed to meet the unique needs of academic organizations, with core microarray facilities, that want broad access to CombiMatrix's DNA microarray technology," said Dr. Amit Kumar President and CEO of CombiMatrix.

"This program is designed to leverage the infrastructure that already exists at each university to market, sell and deliver products. We hope to add additional university core laboratories to our CombiCore program."
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