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Molecular Assay Microarray Arrayers

Definition : Devices designed to deposit small and accurate volumes (e.g., picoliters) of chemicals (typically nucleic acids or their fragments, such as oligonucleotides) in predetermined spots of prepared surfaces (e.g., glass slides, nylon substrate) to obtain molecular assay microarrays. These devices may consist of either equipment that uses spotting pins to deposit the chemicals from microtiter plates to the solid substrates (including ink-jet printers) or dedicated equipment to synthesize oligonucleotides in situ using well-developed photolithographic technologies. Microarray arrayers are available for repetitive and/or custom production of molecular assay microarrays for research and/or clinical use.

Entry Terms : "Molecular Assay Microarray Spotters" , "Molecular Assay Lithographic Arrayers" , "Molecular Assay Microarray Printers" , "Microarrayers" , "Arrayers"

UMDC code : 20801

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Affymetrix Inc

Company Type: Parent

Affymetrix technology is used by the world's top pharmaceutical, diagnostic, and biotechnology companies, as well as leading academic, government, and nonprofit research institutes. More than 25,000 peer-reviewed papers have been published using the technology.

Applied BioPhysics Inc

Company Type: Parent

Arrayit Corp

Company Type: Parent

Cytonix Inc

Company Type: Parent

The Cytonix Corporation, which was founded in 1985 as CytoFluidics, Inc., began as a startup company in the University of Maryland Technology Advancement Program. Initial goals were the development of proprietary concepts for digital microfluidic circuits using electrowetting of hydrophobic surfaces and for 2-fluid control systems with hydrophobic and hydrophilic micro structures.

Pathology Devices Inc

Company Type: Parent

SciGene Corp

Company Type: Parent

SciGene develops and commercializes unique solutions that automate complex and error-prone sample workflows used with new genome analysis technologies in research and clinical laboratories that lower costs and enhance the reliability of assay results.

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