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CombiMatrix Launches CustomArray™ 90K Array and Synthesizer
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CombiMatrix Launches CustomArray™ 90K Array and Synthesizer

CombiMatrix Launches CustomArray™ 90K Array and Synthesizer
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CombiMatrix Launches CustomArray™ 90K Array and Synthesizer


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Acacia Research Corporation has announced that its CombiMatrix group has launched the next-generation CustomArray™ and CustomArray™ Synthesizer, providing researchers with the ability to fabricate the CustomArray™ 90K.

This microarray has over 94,000 unique DNA probes. The CustomArray 90K is designed to enable CombiMatrix to completely serve the entire research market with whole-genome gene expression, SNP genotyping, comparative genomic hybridization (CGH), tiling, ChIP-on-chip, and resequencing.

"The CustomArray 90K coupled with the CustomArray 90K Synthesizer is a perfect solution for those who want high-quality, re-usable commercial microarrays, while having complete supply control, flexibility, and low manufacturing costs," said Michael Tognotti, Vice President of Sales and Marketing of CombiMatrix.

"We are now preparing for the launch of the world's most-up-to-date whole-human-genome array in addition to an expanded catalog of model-organism-based whole-genome arrays."

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