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January 12th, 2004

CombiMatrix and Cyrano Collaborate on Nanotechnology Based Sensors

Acacia Research Corporation announced today that its CombiMatrix Group and Cyrano Sciences will collaborate on the development of chemical sensors which merge CombiMatrix's microarray technology with Cyrano's electronic nose technology. CombiMatrix's arrays incorporate thousands of independently addressable micro-electrodes on a semiconductor chip. This array technology has been used for applications in genetic analysis, RNAi drug discovery, biodefense applications, and nanomaterials discovery. This collaboration seeks to expand the applicability of this technology for sensing chemical agents in air and water.


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