ABI Developing Human Tissue Body Atlas for Gene-Expression Research | GenomeWeb

NEW YORK (March 23) - Applied Biosystems is developing a database that features gene-expression profiles of normal human tissue samples from 31 regions of the human body, a representative of ABI told the World Microarray Congress in Vancouver, BC, last week.

 

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