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Arrayjet secures £250,000 contract

  • Posted: 29/11/19

Arrayjet is pleased to announce a £250,000 contract to provide microarray printers to SciLifeLab, a national hub in Sweden created by four universities: Stockholm University, Karolinska Institutet, KTH Royal Institute of Technology and Uppsala University.  The new instrumentation will assist the world-renowned team in providing detailed analytical information for mapping the Human Protein Atlas.

Image: Ronald Sjoberg, Head of Facility at SciLifeLab

Iain McWilliam, Arrayjet CEO comments on the latest contract:

"SciLifeLab is pushing the boundaries of our understanding in the development and complexities of the human proteome and I’m delighted that Arrayjet is helping to advance that understanding, by giving the researchers the means through our instrumentation.”

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