Arrayjet secures Chinese contract worth £350,000

ARRAYJET, the Scottish bio-printing specialist, has won a £350,000 order from a Chinese life sciences company that produces detection kits for conditions including infant deafness, Down’s syndrome and thalassemia, a blood disorder that can cause anaemia.

The Roslin, Midlothian-based firm, which already exports to 24 countries, announced the printer order with Beijing-based CapitalBio, a major government-backed life sciences business that specialises in looking for genetic mutations in DNA. A million babies in China have been screened with its genetic hearing loss detection kit.

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