Autism Consortium to Use Affy's Single 500K Array in Research | GenomeWeb
NEW YORK (GenomeWeb News) – The Autism Consortium selected Affymtetrx's GeneChip human mapping 500K array for its latest study, Affymetrix said today.
 
The researchers will use the array to perform whole-genome-association studies across 3,700 samples collected from autistic subjects.
 
The Boston-based group will collaborate with Johns Hopkins University scientists who are using the 500K array to scan 600 families.
 
Additional details were not disclosed.

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