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  • Arrayjet install a new microarrayer in the USA

    • Posted: 07/05/19

    Long-term Arrayjet customer The Jackson Laboratory (JAX) have upgraded to a Super Marathon with 32JS JetSpyder™.  The new microarray printer is capable of managing up to 48 source plates containing over 18,000 samples.

  • Prof. Sheng-ce Tao uses a Marathon Argus microarrayer to print protein and lectin microarrays

    • Posted: 22/03/19

    We are proud to announce the installation of a Marathon Argus microarray printer in The Tao Lab at Shanghai Jiao Tong University.  Prof. Sheng-ce Tao worked as a post-doctoral fellow in the lab of Prof. Heng Zhu, creator of HuProt™, the world's largest full-length functional protein microarray.

    The versatility of Arrayjet microarrayers enables researchers at The Tao Lab to create protein microarrays and lectin arrays using the same printer.  A 32-sample JetSpyder™ allows the team to print high content arrays with unparalleled speed, leaving scientists with more time to focus on their research.

  • Arrayjet install their first microarray spotter in Japan

    • Posted: 26/02/19

    Arrayjet is delighted to announce the installation of our first microarray printer in Tokyo, Japan.  We wish the team great success and look forward to reading the research output that follows.

  • Another multinational pharmaceutical company partners with Arrayjet

    • Posted: 20/12/18

    Arrayjet is pleased to announce the sale of a Marathon Argus to a FTSE 100 company involved in pharmaceutical drug and vaccine development. Enclosed within the JetMosphere Max, the instrument is capable of printing microarrays at ultra low temperatures. The Iris Optical QC System consists of twin cameras that sit either side of the print head, capturing images and evaluating quality of the printed arrays in real-time.