NEW YORK, July 22 (GenomeWeb News) - Dharmacon of Lafayette, Colo., and Fremont, Calif.-based Genospectra announced today that they will launch a genome-wide line of assays designed to measure RNA changes directly from cell lysates, fresh tissue and archived tissue samples.


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