CLARIFICATION: University of Washington Will Use Amersham Proteomics, Microarray Systems | GenomeWeb

This brief mistakenly reported that Amersham's 2-D gel system lets researchers compare as many as three proteins at a time. In fact, the system allows for simultaneous comparisons of up to three protein samples.

NEW YORK, March 11 - University of Washington researchers will use Amersham proteomics and mRNA expression systems in order to explore cell function, the two said today.

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