Empire Genomics Licenses Roswell Park's Genomics Libraries, Accesses Labs, Personnel | GenomeWeb
NEW YORK (GenomeWeb News) — Empire Genomics has licensed Roswell Park Cancer Institute’s genomic libraries, and will temporarily use its laboratory space, equipment, and expertise, RPCI said today.
 
Empire Genomics, a spin-out of RPCI and the University of Buffalo that offers human and mouse BAC microarrays, is developing a prenatal and postnatal diagnostic array using RPCI’s genomic libraries that will test for 100 different microdeletions, including those linked to various diseases.
 

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