The Awkward Adolescence of Arrays | GenomeWeb

As far as microarrays go, gene chips might as well be considered the new kid on the block. All sorts of samples can be put down on a slide in an array format, and the longstanding tissue microarray is among the most useful to the field of clinical pathology. While these arrays are primarily used to probe large numbers of tissue samples for cancer biomarkers, many pathologists still haven't made the jump to truly high-throughput biology — they eyeball each sample individually.

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