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November 27th, 2007

Buoyant Market Leads to Rapid Expansion at Arrayjet

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Hall continued, "The increased market demand for inkjet microarraying has been driven by new and developing applications in DNA, protein and nanotechnology microarraying. As a result, we have seen considerable success for our product range, since it provides the flexibility needed both in terms of the range and the inkjet printing technology used."

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