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Arrayit Corporation Announces Life Sciences Instrument Sale To Top Research Center In Ontario


11/27/2013 9:53:55 AM

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SUNNYVALE, Calif.--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Arrayit Corporation (OTCBB: ARYC), a life sciences and molecular diagnostics leader, announces today that the company has sold a $166,000 NanoPrint™ LM60PRO Enterprise Level Protein Edition Microarray Printer and accessories to a top research center in Ontario, Canada. The Canadian researchers, featured widely in the national and international media, will utilize Arrayit’s patented technology to manufacture protein microarrays for exciting interdisciplinary research applications. Arrayit protein microarrays are powerful devices that contain miniaturized collections of intact proteins, the molecules that comprise the building blocks of all living organisms including humans, plants and animals. Protein microarrays empower researchers with the tools needed to study the structure and function of proteins, which are keys to understanding diverse fundamental research topics including the mode of action of pharmaceutical compounds, human disease progression, synthetic and stem cell biology, ecology and population genetics.

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